Resident of Minnesota went into the woods for mushrooms and found a two-headed deer
Discovery in the woods of Minnesota body of two-headed deer, scientists call the unique. The phenomenon of the reindeer people previously rarely encountered and these cases were associated with miscarriages. Here was found the full-term baby and according to scientists this is the first such documented case.
The incredible discovery was described in the journal American Midland naturalist is.
Body of two-headed deer scientists came two years ago and all this time the find was kept secret, doing her research. Deer accidentally found the most common mushroom in may 2016 a mile from the Mississippi river near the town of Friberg.
As it turned out, upon inspection of the body, the deer had two heads on two necks and two vertebral column. The liver also was common, but two of the spleen, as well as two gastrointestinal tract. The foot while he was only four.
The deer probably was born dead or alive, but died immediately after birth due to underdeveloped lungs.
«He was found well maintained and not simply abandoned immediately after birth. Mother carefully licked him and probably tried to care for him. Her maternal instinct was very strong,» says Dr. Gino D’angelo.
According to Dr. D’angelo, Siamese twins are not uncommon in livestock, but wild animals they occur very infrequently and most of these abnormalities end in miscarriage at an early stage of pregnancy.
After studying the remains of two-headed deer, taxidermists made him a very neat guy, trying to treat a small dead creature with all due respect. In the exposition of the fawn gently lies on a bed of green grass around as he found the mushroom.