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Two-headed mutant salamander suspected of being radioactive

Experts from the University of Haifa have speculated that the cause of the mutation of this salamander could be due to contaminated water, one of the consequences of radioactive leaks and the decline in the population.

The Global Business Times (IBT) reported that researchers at the University of Haifa, Israel, found a salamander, also known as the two-headed fire dragon. Now scientists are studying why this salamander mutated and whether this mutation is the result of radioactive contamination.

It is known that this salamander was found in the biology laboratory of the University of Haifa. Experts from the University of Haifa have speculated that the cause of the mutation of this salamander could be due to contaminated water, one of the consequences of radioactive leaks and the decline in the population.

According to observations, salamanders often have mutations in their legs, so the case of the two heads of this salamander is considered by researchers to be very rare.

Currently, in Israel, salamanders are an endangered species because their habitat is destroyed by humans. The state of the soil and water in this country is increasingly polluted.

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