It had four eyes, four ears, two noses, two mouths - and just one body.
A dairy farmer in Corcoran was shocked when he discovered one of his cows was pregnant with a two-headed calf.
"It was a normal bull calf body, except it had two heads," said Tony Jorge.
He has been a dairy man for 35 years, nearly 60 cows are born on his farm every month, but none like this one.
"Never in my life, it's one in 10 million I guess, it's very strange," said Jorge.
Tony says he knew something was up when cow number 518 struggled to give birth for four hours.
"The vet went in, and yeah, it's got two heads," said Jorge.
The vet performed a c-section, but the calf was stillborn.
"She had twins the year before, last year. So it's nothing new for her, but she had sort of twins this year," said Jorge.
This isn't the first two-headed cow born in the Central Valley. Back in 2005 another South Valley cow gave birth to a two headed calf.
That one was named Blinky. It was born at the Hamstra Dairy in Tulare.
She was put to sleep days later after her lungs collapsed.
The dairy named the calf Blinky' because all of her eyes would blink at the same time.
The Jorges didn't name their two-headed calf.
They don't know how or why it developed two heads, but believe it's part of a strange string of lucky omens for them.
"I did joke with him that it had something to do with the eclipse. I think it happened a day or two before. And that morning he also came into the house and said he got four numbers on the California lottery on a quick pick," said Julie Jorge.
So how odd is this?
One vet says only one or two in more than 35 million calves a year are born with two heads.
The Jorges say they are preserving the calf's body, and would like to donate it to a museum of oddities in Oklahoma.
And by the way, a two-headed calf was born in that state last year.
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