The Hensel Girls Abigail "Abby" Loraine Hensel and Brittany "Britty" Lee Hensel (born March 7, 1990, Carver County, Minnesota, United States), are highly symmetric dicephalicparapagus
conjoined twins, and further, tribrachius, bipedus. They have two spines and separate half-sacrums, which converge distally within a slightly broad pelvis. They each control and sense their corresponding arm and leg; a third, rudimentary central arm was amputated in infancy.
2)Two headed baby born in china- one body, with only the normal set of internal organs, but 2 backbones branching off into two separate but functional heads!
3)Two Headed Kitten:
This two-faced kitten was born in 2006, in Inverness, Fla. The kitten, one of a litter of five, was born two weeks premature and has two mouths that feed one esophagus, four eyes and two noses.
4)Two Headed Baby Crocodile:
An official shows a two-headed baby crocodile at Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, in 2001.
Closer to home, a two-headed turtle surfaced at Sean Casey's Animal Rescue in Brooklyn, New York in August ... only to be turtle-napped a day after it's photo appeared in the Daily News.
But the Geneva Museum of Natural History had stumbled on another two-headed tortoise - named after the Greek God Janus - a year earlier.
7)Two-headed red slider turtle:
...not to be confused with the two-headed red slider turtle showcased at Big Al's Aquarium Supercenter in East Norriton Pa., at the same time.
Rudy, the two-headed pig, became the pride of Edgewood, Iowa in 1997. Most two-headed pigs are stillborn or die shortly after birth.
9)Two-headed albino rat snake:
Leonard Sonnenschein, president of the World Aquarium in St. Louis, holds We, a two-headed albino rat snake, in 2006....before putting up the reptile for auction on eBay.
10)Two-Headed Snake(Viper) :
A rare two-headed snake was found by a farmer in a village in Alicante. The snake with four eyes, two tongues and two sets of eyes is not studied by Spanish scientists. According to preliminary studies, the snake can use both of its heads at the same time. Further down the line, they are trying to see if the snake has two separate digestive tracts and if a head dominates the other.
Scientists say the snake is lucky to have survived the wild. Other two-headed snakes have been found in Honduras, the United States, Sri Lanka and Argentina. Thelma, one of these snakes, is held at the San Diego Zoo on the US west coast.
11)Two Headed Calf:
born in India
12)Two Headed Kitten:
On 2008-11-19, A two-faced kitten was born in Perth, Australia
13)Two Headed Calf:
A head mount of a two-headed calf is on display in the Museum at the Georgia State Capitol Building in Atlanta, Georgia.
A two-headed piglet can be found at the Old State House in Hartford, CT
15)Two Headed Tortoise
Janus, the Geneva Museum of Natural History's two-headed Greek tortoise, is presented to the press and public during the official celebration of its 10th birthday Sept. 5, 2007, at the Natural History Museum in Geneva. Janus, named after the two-headed Roman god was born Sept. 3, 1997. Geneva's Natural History Museum invited children born the same year to take part in the celebration of Janus' birthday. (FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)
16)Two Headed Turtle:
Held by its owner, this tiny two-headed tortoise was the result of a rare phenomenon that occurred during the embryonic stage of development. The tortoise apparently functioned normally. (Obed Zilwa/AP Photo)
17)Three-headed turtle :
Three's a crowd?
A villager in southern Taiwan recently discovered an unusual occupant in his pond: a three-headed turtle.
Lin Chi-fa took the turtle directly to a temple to have it blessed.
Chinese folklore regards the turtle as a sacred animal, and the priests at the temple told Lin that the three-headed turtle was a gift from God. They said the turtle's markings depict a complete "pa-gua" -- a diagram that plots a map of destiny -- and that it could safeguard Lin's future.
While the three-headed turtle may have insight into Lin's destiny, it seems to have trouble determining its own course in life. Lin noted that the turtle walks in a zigzag pattern because the two fully-developed heads which flank a partially developed one cannot agree on which direction to take.
18)Four Headed Turtle :
Small in size, HUGE in scary!
(This looks so cloudy cuz the people at the nature reserve are apparently to lazy to clean the inside and outside of the tank that was holding the four headed turtle.
19)Three Headed Cat :
3 headed cat in Florida
20)The Three Headed Frog.
a three headed frog in france
21)Two Headed Turtle:
A 2 headed turtle born in Great Britain has attracted a lot of world wide attention
22)Three Headed Turtle :
No, this is not the Three-Headed monster that fought Godzilla. This is a turtle from Peru that was born with three heads. The middle head is underdeveloped, but still has eye slits but a brain that is not fully developed. The other two heads function perfectly and both of them can eat. This turtle has one set of lungs and one heart.
23)Two headed goat :
a two headed goat in china
24)Two headed arowana fish :
A two headed arowana fish in an aquarium shop in Shah Alam. They are not dead but can’t swim either.
25)Two Headed Lamb :
A two headed lamb born in China
26)Five Headed Cobra :
a five headed cobra found in western ghats in India.
27)Tho Headed Girl :
A Caucasian Girl Born With 2 Heads in Russia.
28)Three Headed Baby
A three headed baby born in New delhi,India
29)Two Headed Goat:
A man holds a two-headed baby goat in Bauta, a rural town outside Havana, Cuba. The birth of the animal stunned local residents and owner Juan Bolanos said he had to assist the birth. The baby goat breathes and feeds with both heads and closes and opens its four eyes at the same time. However, vets do not expect the newly-born goat to live more than 10 days. - Reuters
30)Two-headed baby :
A baby boy born with two heads in south-western Bangladesh has been placed under police protection because of the curiosity his birth has caused among residents, a doctor said on Wednesday.
The boy, named Kiron, was born by caesarean section in Keshobpur, 135 kilometres from Dhaka, on Monday, gynaecologist Mohamad Abdul Bari said. He weighed 5.5 kilograms.