A two-headed calf was born in a town in India. Although the locals were astonished by the situation, they described it as a miracle. According to the Hindu belief that cows are considered sacred, this particular calf looks healthy despite its deformities.
A two-headed calf was born in a town in northeastern India, which surprised the public. However, these two heads share a mouth and have two ears between them. Cows are considered sacred in India’s mostly Hindu faith. This particular born calf is considered to be healthy despite its visible deformities.
LIFE IS SHORTEN
This condition is often referred to as “multi-headedness” or “dicephalic parapagus” and results from the abnormal development of cells while an embryo is forming. Animals born with such a condition usually have a short lifespan, surviving only a few months.
However, this calf looks very healthy even though it is only 11 days old. The townspeople, on the other hand, cherish the calf that was born on a special occasion. Many-headed animals usually have one brain per head, and control over the body is often divided into heads.