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Two-headed camel in Saudi

By Staff
Published Saturday, January 08, 2011
EMIRATES 24/7: A camel with two heads and seven legs was born dead after a Caesarian operation, Sharq newspaper said on Saturday.

The dead baby was delivered in a farm in the western Red Sea province of Al-Qunfudah after the mother went into difficult labour for two days, prompting its owner to call a veterinarian, the paper said.

“The baby was born dead…it had two heads and seven legs…this is the strangest case I have ever seen in camels,” its owner Hassan Fahmi said.

5 Responses

  1. The X-files needs to do a show about this one. A hell of a lot more interesting than a measly white buffalo. Any bible reader would know that this is a sign:

    Deuteronomy 4:26-8 (para. 8 subsection 3 as interpreted by the holy shrimp fork of Antioch)
    And a she camel will be born unto her, with two heads and seven legs and it shall be as a sign unto them that they do breed badly and that the holy shrine of Mecca shall be made into a hotdog stand and that the march of the hajj shall be like an all-you-can-eat Chinese food Buffet for Jews at Christmas…

  2. That is one of the worst Photoshop jobs I have seen in a long time… and that people are actually believing it!!! 1. the background is mirrored EXACTLY 2. the camel heads are EXACTLY mirrored, remember, nature is never perfect 3. look closely at the body, the Photoshopper used NO feather on it when dragging it over the camel, this is also the case with the legs.

    Don’t trust everything you see on the internet!

    1. dude retard the baby was born DEAD That’s a grown up camel geez it was obviously thrown together fast to show what it would look like if it had lived…

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