A 59-day-old baby boy who was born with three arms, at a hospital in Shanghai, in east China.
A kitten born with only one eye and no nose.
Two-headed snakes typically occur in the same way that Siamese twins do. A developing embryo begins to split into identical twins but then stops part way, leaving the twins joined. Snakes operate a good deal by smell, and if one head catches the scent of prey on the other's head, it will attack and try to swallow the second head.
Korean bee farmer is covered by bees. A local bee farmer released over 260,000 bees and attracted them to his body.
Manoharan, known as Snake Manu, practices with two brown tree snakes by running it through his nasals and mouth.
A rare two-toned lobster. The odds or finding a half-and-half lobster are 1 in 50 million to 100 million.
Ibis, shot with a arrow, sits on a power line.
Qiao Yubo, is pregnant with at least five babies, walks with her husband. Qiao, who is 1.67-meters tall, has a waistline measurement of 1.75 meters, five months into her pregnancy.
The world's smallest fish. The fish is a member of the carp family.
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