A farming family in Kentucky's cow with two faces has been sparking curiosity in locals.
The surprises keep coming for Stan McCubbin after a two-faced calf was born on his ranch, and has already exceeded its week long lifespan.
"I said she was lucky to live, and our little five-year-old, Kenley said 'that's her name, Lucky'," Brandy McCubbin told WDRB.
"She is lucky and we are blessed to have this happen on our farm," said Ms McCubbin.
Mr McCubbin first thought Lucky's mother had given birth to a pair of calves due to Lucky's well-defined extra face.
"From a distance, I thought I had twins lying together," said Mr McCubbin.
"I saw two noses, I thought it was twins then when I saw her, I was just completely blown away," he said.
Lucky's unusual features sadly impede her balance making it too difficult for her to walk, and she is blind in two of her four eyes, and her mouths cannot work independently.
The McCubbin family have had lots of locals stop by their farm to take a look at the strange animal.
"My students are in love with her and keep asking if they can watch her on TV and come to my house," said Ms McCubbin to The Dodo.