The 2-month-old turtle, known as a red-eared slider, is a rare example (one-in-a-million freaks of nature) of a conjoined-twin birth. It has two heads sticking out from opposite ends of its shell, along with a pair of front feet on each side. But there is just one set of back feet and one tail.
Sources: Rare two-headed red slider turtle on display at Big Al’s Aquarium Supercenter @ Utubelaughter
Two-Headed Turtle Goes on Display in Pennsylvania @ cjreport