Viral video of two-headed turtle Thor and Loki grows in popularity thanks to new Thor film

By Kelli Bender
Updated November 13, 2013 06:35 PM

They don’t have Chris Hemsworth’s golden locks or Tom Hiddleston’s smooth moves, but this Thor and Loki combo are still quite the package deal. The turtle duo, named after the popular comic book characters, are inseparable – literally.

Thor and Loki are two turtle heads that share the same tiny body. This animal oddity was discovered by Todd Ray, owner of the world’s largest collection of two-headed animals. The popularity of this reptilian version of the infamous brothers of Asgard has soared now that their namesakes are dominating the big screen in Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World.

This half shell doesn’t come equipped with god-like powers or a cape, but Thor and Loki bicker just as fiercely as their film counterparts.

In this clip, they take on the mighty human hand, equipped with the fear-inducing cotton swab. It’s not blockbuster material, but it’s certainly squee-worthy. RELATED: Rescued Sea Turtle Now Swimming in Vegas