25 Disturbing Freaks Of Nature You Have To See To Believe

Nature can be pretty freaky, there’s no doubt about that. But we are used to a certain level of natural freakiness. But what you are about to see is so freaky that even nature seems to be slightly disturbed. From six legged cows to two headed snakes, here are the 25 disturbing freaks of nature that you have to see to believe. These look like something from another world or even another dimension, and that’s not an exaggeration.

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Seven Legged Lamb


This crazy looking seven-legged lamb was found on July 31, 2007 in a farm called Methven near Christ Church situated in the South Island of New Zealand. This unfortunate guy is believed to have suffered from a misprint in embryo formation resulting in this bizarre scenario.


Giraffe with a 90 Degree Neck


Gemina, a 12 foot tall Baringo Giraffe became famous for her bizarre neck deformity. Bent by almost 90 degrees, the deformity was not present when she was born and was first noticed when the she was three. In spite of the deformity, Gemina lived to be 21, outliving the average giraffe by almost six years.


Two headed snake


Like something from Greek Mythology (or your worst nightmares) this guy is a perfect example of a condition called Polycephaly (referring to having more than one head). Snakes are among the most commonly observed animals sporting two heads.


Six-legged Cambodian Cow


This unusual six-legged Cambodian cow was found in a farm near the Cambodia city, Phnom Penh on October 7, 2003.


Six Legged Octopus


All Octopuses have eight muscular arms right? Wrong. This six-legged octopus or “hexapus” was found by British marine experts and is the first unusual sea creature discovered among the octopus families.

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