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Two-Headed Three-Beaked Bird

Two-Headed Three-Beaked Bird

Northampton, Massachusetts resident April Britt was taken aback when she investigated a commotion in her backyard and discovered a baby female Cardinal with two heads and three beaks. An avid bird watcher, Britt said she has never seen anything like it. According to Valerie Osborne of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, it is extremely rare to find a bird like this in nature. "I have seen only one other similar case to this in the past 30 years," she noted. Read more at Mail Online.

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