In recent years, there's been a marked increase in cases of animals with genetic mutations.
Lily, a Chihuahua terrier mix from Charlotte, North Carolina, has five legs. July, 2009. Photo: AP
Cy, a kitten born with only one eye and no nose, is shown in this photo provided by its owner iin December, 2005.
A pig with two mouths is seen at a farm in the suburbs of Liaocheng, east China's Shandong province in July, 2006.
An official shows a two-headed baby crocodile at Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm on the outskirt of Bangkok Monday in June, 2001.
Feng Changlin from Fengzhang village, Xiping township in China shows off his piglet with a monkey face in July 2008.
Liu Shuping, shows off a newly-born piglet with one head, two mouths, two noses and three eyes, for photographers in Xi'an, northwest China in 2007.
A genetic mutation left a kitten born in Perth in March 2007 with two faces.
Stumpy, a four-legged duckling at Warrawee Duck Farm, Copythorne, Hampshire, England, pictured in 2007.
We, a two-headed albino rat snake in January, 2006.
This Holstein calf, born in December, 2006 in Virginia breathes out of two noses and has two tongues and a single eye socket.
A frog with eight legs in Quanzhou, in southeast China's Fujian province in 2007.
A two-headed red slider turtle at Big Al's Aquarium in Pennsylvania, USA.
A rare two-headed snake explores its surroundings in a private zoo in the Crimean town of Yalta on July 8, 2011
Daniel, a cat from Milwaukee with two extra toes on each of his feet.
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