Calf born with four eyes and two mouths with crowds gathering to worship 'divine' cow

The creature was born in a farmhouse in Bhagirathpura, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. People traveled to the farm to see the calf, which they called a “divine miracle”

Calf born with four eyes and two mouths – while crowds gather to worship the divine cow

A calf was born with four eyes and two mouths, which drew crowds to gather to worship and meet the “divine” cow.

The creature was born in a farmhouse in Bhagirathpura, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

The unique looking calf attracted a lot of attention and was called a “divine miracle” by witnesses.

The cow can drink milk from both mouths and is considered perfectly healthy.

Fascinated by the calf, the farm is reportedly “crowded” with visitors to worship.

In a video of the cute creature, the calf can be seen standing on all fours and uncertain as it familiarizes itself with its home.

People traveled to the yard to worship the calf
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It also enjoys a cuddle with its owner in one place, nestled in the farmer’s arms.

Another clip shows people coming to take pictures with the famous calf and bending over to pose next to it.

This is not the first time a rare calf has been born in India.

Just last month, a calf with two heads and three eyes was born in the village of Bijapara, Nabarangpur District, Odisha.

The two-headed “divine” calf is kept by its owner
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A two-headed calf was born in Lazec, North Macedonia earlier this year.

The calf has fused skulls, two pairs of eyes, two mouths, one pair of ears and sucks milk with two mouths at the same time.

Farmer Vasko Pestrovski said: “Early in the morning we heard that the cow was about to give birth. When she was born we saw that the calf was quite extraordinary, with two heads.

The two-headed calf with its owner
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“We called the vet right away and he came and said it was a natural phenomenon. The calf is functioning normally.

“I’ll keep it as long as it’s alive, no matter how long. We’ll do everything we can to make it happen.”

Veterinarian Dr. Alaina Macdonald stated, “The rare development of two-headed offspring is directly related to the formation of identical twin embryos in early pregnancy.

“There is no way of really knowing how often this will occur as this event would generally lead to early loss of pregnancy and these pregnancies often go undetected. In fact, it is exceptionally rare for the embryo to develop into a full-blown fetus. ” , and survive the length of pregnancy.

“It is not considered an inherited trait because offspring almost never reach reproductive age.”

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