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26th May '16 3:18:03 PM Sharlee
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** Leela's mutant parents have a mutant cat with a snake's body and head for a tail.
26th Feb '16 2:34:49 PM DarkHunter
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the King Taijitu is a giant snake with a head at each end. One head is black and the other is white.

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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the King Taijitu is a giant snake with a head at each end. One head is black and the other is white.
white. ("Taijitu" is the proper name for the symbol the West calls the Yin-Yang.)
17th Feb '16 3:30:57 PM HeraldAlberich
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* In ''Film/{{Stardust}}'', one of the market stalls has a cage on display containing a miniature elephant with heads at both ends.

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* In ''Film/{{Stardust}}'', one of the market stalls has a cage on display containing a miniature elephant with heads at both ends. Mention is also made of a "two-faced dog."
-->'''Ferdy the Fence:''' Very good guard dogs; they can watch the front door and the back door at the same time.
11th Jan '16 5:56:14 PM Sharlee
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' radio drama "The Paradise of Death", the Doctor mentions a two-headed Venusian animal called a Klakluk. It's implied to be this trope, as he remarks that it didn't seem to know whether it was coming or going.

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' radio drama "The Paradise of Death", "Radio/TheParadiseOfDeath", the Doctor mentions a two-headed Venusian animal called a Klakluk. It's implied to be this trope, as he remarks that it didn't seem to know whether it was coming or going.
11th Jan '16 5:54:39 PM Sharlee
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' radio drama "The Paradise of Death", the Doctor mentions a two-headed Venusian animal called a Klakluk. It's implied to be this trope, as he remarks that it didn't seem to know whether it was coming or going.
27th Nov '15 12:59:32 AM IJVin
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** And as for the issue on how such a thing poops, it's explored quite colorfully in ''[=CatDog=]'': what one eats the other pukes out.
24th Nov '15 9:02:40 AM TPPR10
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* ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' has Re-Class and Light Cruiser Demon who provide two variants of the trope: Re-Class has a large tail-like extension coming from her hear what has a head on the end and Light Cruiser Demon's lower body cuts on top of a giant creature head.

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* ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' has Re-Class and Light Cruiser Demon who provide two variants of the trope: Re-Class has a large tail-like extension coming from her hear rear what has a head on the end and Light Cruiser Demon's lower body cuts on top of a giant creature head.
10th Nov '15 5:48:55 PM JapaneseTeeth
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': "Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?" shows [[https://derpibooru.org/934915 background ponies Lyra and Bon Bon]] fused together in this fashion. It dodges the... logistical problems this trope usually entails, as it takes place inside of a shared dream and doesn't have to make logical sense.
10th Oct '15 8:34:11 AM R1ck
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In RealLife, most animals' innards are basically tubes: a mouth at one end, an anus at the other, so food can be processed step by step as it passes from entry to exit. In fiction, it's not uncommon for creatures to omit the latter portion, and double up on the former: they'll have a spare head on the tip of a tail, or symmetrical bodies in which the forequarters of two animals -- sometimes of the same species, sometimes different ones -- are joined at the waist.

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In RealLife, most animals' innards are basically tubes: a mouth at one end, an anus at the other, so food can be processed step by step as it passes from entry to exit. In fiction, it's not uncommon entirely possible for creatures to omit the latter portion, and double up on the former: they'll have a spare head on the tip of a tail, or symmetrical bodies in which the forequarters of two animals -- sometimes of the same species, sometimes different ones -- are joined at the waist.
25th Sep '15 10:12:35 PM Sharlee
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* One of the cobbled-together undead from the sealed tunnel in ''Bride of Film/ReAnimator'' consists of the upper halves of two cadavers, their truncated waists stuck together end-to-end.
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