Two-faced Calf (Craniofacial duplication) BC-246
This two-headed calf is an extremely rare and beautiful specimen. The two heads, mirror images of each other, are fused with only one endocranium and one foramen magnum that connected to a single neck and body. While it may appear to have been artistically created, it really was molded and cast from an actual skull. Bone Clones superior casting techniques bring to life this amazing specimen. Custom Stand included.
This calf exhibits the rarest form of conjoined twinning known as Diprosopic Parapagus. This bizarre congenital defect results from the complete fusion of the bodies, limbs, necks and rear portions of the skulls of identical twins, with only their "faces" remaining to reveal their individual origins.
Both mandibles were cast separately and attached to the skull in the correct anatomical position to match the original skull.
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