The discovery of a white-tailed fawn in a Minnesota forest two years ago is believed to be the first recorded case of a Siamese twin deer that ѕᴜгⱱіⱱed birth and was raised by its mother.
This study was recently published in the scientific journal American Midland Naturalist, presenting it as a historic case among wildlife deformities.
Rarely do conjoined twins occur in women, and most never make it. In fact, scientists still don’t know exactly what causes this phenomenon.
Taxidermy of moving images placed the conjoined fawns on a bed of vegetation; however, they will eventually be transferred to the Minnesota DNR headquarters in St. Paul and put on public display
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