The animal also found a “split” some of the internal organs, including the heart.
The baby died in the womb. Got him dead on the family farm Blyth. They breed cattle of the Aberdeen-Angus breed.
The owner of the farm said that he was shocked when he saw the two-headed calf. In addition, the animal found two hearts, two stomachs and one tail.
The farmer also noted that in 47 years he first encountered this case.
Apparently the calves were Siamese twins. Most often, the animal dies shortly after birth.