A colleague showed me your article on the boy that found a two-headed lizard.
Just wanted to let you know that having a head on each end of the body is physically and anatomically impossible.
What appeared to be a head was the broken-off tail, and what appeared to be closed eyes and a mouth were probably bumps and/or abrasions.
Sure looked convincing, but no chance.
John Jensen, senior wildlife biologist, Georgia Department of Natural Resources