A Florida woman discovered a two-headed calf in her field and named the baby animal Annabel.
Carolyn Crews, whose family owns the Baker County farm, told ABC affiliate WJXX that she feeds Annabel four times a day -- but she's not sure how long the animal will live. Annabel's breaths are labored and she can't stand up, Crews said.
"It was just like a surprise because no one has even seen anything like this around here," Crews told WJXX. "I never dreamed of such a thing happening. It'll be something that we probably never seen in our lifetime."
Having more than one head is called polycephaly, and it's believed to occur when an embryo begins to split into twins, but stops.