Photo: MJ Blyth & Co Farming
In Manipis, Australia, was born two-headed calf. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
The animal was born dead on the family farm Blyth (Blyth), which owns the herd of cattle of Aberdeen Angus breed in Western Australia. According to Rebecca Blyth (Blyth Rebecca), she was shocked when she saw that her cow gave birth to two-headed calf. The animal was found two hearts, two stomachs and one tail.
Rebecca’s husband, Jeff noted that over the 47 years he first encountered this case.
The health of the cows, gave birth to a mutant, is not in danger, she cares about the other calf.
Apparently, on the farm Blatov were born Siamese twins. As a rule, in such cases, the individual dies shortly after birth.
Earlier it was reported that the American farm Montana born two-headed calf. It is noted that at the time of birth itself, the cow was not injured, but her child soon died.
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