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10 Animals With Extra Body Parts

The villagers who believe a two-headed calf is a sign from God.
The villagers who believe a two headed calf is a sign from God

The cat with four extra digits that can pick up things like a human would.
The cat with four extra digits that can pick up things like a human would

The surprisingly healthy lamb that was born with with five legs.
The surprisingly healthy lamb that was born with with five legs

The dog born with two noses that finally found a forever home
The dog born with two noses that finally found a forever home

The piglet that was born with six legs and eight feet.
The piglet that was born with six legs and eight feet

The three-eyed calf that`s being hailed as a god in India
The three eyed calf that`s being hailed as a god in India

The goat that has a third horn growing out of its back
The goat that has a third horn growing out of its back




The racehorse that was born with an extra leg and was almost euthanized.
The racehorse that was born with an extra leg and was almost euthanized
Spare Parts is a lovely two-year-old chestnut filly who was born with an extra leg. Well, not a whole leg, but basically an extra cannon bone, fetlock and foot. The extra “leg” protruded from her right front leg. Trainer and breeder Trevor Sutherland, who is based at Wagga Wagga in the New South Wales Riverina, says, “It was a bit like a pushbike stand. You could almost lean her over and stand her up on her extra leg.”

The divers who discovered the world`s first two-headed slug.
The divers who discovered the world`s first two headed slug
Divers have found what is believed to be the world`s first two-headed sea slug. The strange creature, also known as a nudibranch, was discovered off the coast of Sabah in eastern Malaysian Borneo by diver Nash Baiti.
The two-headed slug`s abnormality may have been caused by a birth defect or pollution. In addition to having two heads, the slug is a hermaphrodite—it possesses both male and female sex organs.

The animal whose extended wristbone helps with digging.
The animal whose extended wristbone helps with digging
The mole`s extra thumb gives it a special advantage. Researchers believe that the extra palm area (the bone makes the palm wider) allows for more efficient digging. The solid piece of bone on the outside edge makes the palm more rigid since it can wiggle, but not bend. Improved abilities are important to the mole, which digs underground lairs.

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