A six-legged hermaphrodite lamb born in a tiny village in the former Soviet republic of Georgia is winning international fame.
The six-legged lamb was born in a small village called Velistikhe in the republic of Georgia. The baby lamb has four legs in the front and two legs in the back and is having trouble walking since two of the lamb's front legs are weaker than the other four.
Farmer Abadzhanov Albert said he doesn't remember such an unusual case in his 25 years of shepherding,
reported the Azerbaijani news site Trend.I have been asking the other shepherds, but none of them remember such case. There were three-legged lambs, one-eyed, but not six legged, bisexual one. The lamb eats well, but moves with difficulty.
Scientists believe that the lamb’s mother was probably having twins, but some how the embryos were combined producing the strange lamb. The lamb appears to be healthy and is growing and developing at the same rate as its counterparts.
Animal abnormalities aren’t as uncommon in Georgia these days. Just this month, the Eastern European country has produced a three-legged cat and two-head lamb.