A two-headed calf was born in the village of Abedad in Georgia. It's owner said she thought initially that the mother cow had given birth to twins. Since its birth, the owner was forced to bottle-feed the calf as the mother rejected it. The calf has four eyes and three ears and appears to be otherwise healthy. Photo: YouTube.com
A two-headed calf was born in the village of Abedad in Georgia. It's owner said she thought initially that the mother cow had given birth to twins. Since its birth, the owner was forced to bottle-feed the calf as the mother rejected it. The calf has four eyes and three ears and appears to be otherwise healthy. Photo: YouTube.com

Two-headed calf born in Georgia

Time of article published Jan 10, 2011

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A two-headed calf was born in the village of Abedad in Georgia. It’s owner said she thought initially that the mother cow had given birth to twins. Since its birth, the owner was forced to bottle-feed the calf as the mother rejected it. The calf has four eyes and three ears and appears to be otherwise healthy.

The owner told reporters that she feeds calf its mother's milk every three hours.

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