Two-headed creatures are not just the stuff of scary movies or American Horror Story. Last week, farmers in Baker County, Florida were stunned to discover that one of their cows had given birth to a calf with two faces.
The newborn — who’s since been named Annabel — has four eyes, two mouths, and two noses. The unusual deformity, which supposedly only happens “every one in 400 million times,” is likely the result of a rare condition called Polycephaly.
Sadly, the phenomenal Annabel won’t be around for much longer. Because her head is too heavy, she’s unable to walk or suckle from her mother on her own. “I don’t think it was meant to be for something like this to live. You know, I don’t think she’s going to make it,” said farmer Carolyn Crews, who has been going out to feed Annabel at least four times a day.