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An extremely rare two-headed lamb was born Monday afternoon in a small village in Tarkwa, Ghana, according to Adom News. The black-and-white-colored lamb has a normal body in every way except for its two distinct heads. Witnesses say the lamb was born next to a spare parts and general goods dealer's shop called Sackious Ventures. Little else is known about the animal at this time, and its owner has not yet been identified. The technical term for the condition of having two heads is polycephaly. Two-headed animals are very rare, but...

Check out this cute video of Bambi, a Barbados Black Belly Sheep jumping on a bed! This is a bottle-fed lamb, raised in a house, who apparently thinks she's "half-human, half-dog." Enjoy! Related Stories Clever Dog Schemes For Counter-Top Treats (Video) Duckling Goes For A Jog (VIDEO) Meet The Amazing Bird Man Of Long Beach...

Thoughts I had, in order, while watching this video: 1. Omg, lambs really jump like that?! I thought that happened only in Disney cartoons! 2. Hmm, this lamb doesn't seem very smart. 3. Wow, it's still not catching on? I thought sheep were supposed to be easily led. 4. This really is hilarious. 5. OK, I feel guilty for laughing when this animal's stupidity is being exploited for the sake of comedy. 6. Success! I don't feel guilty anymore. That was adorable....

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Greg Straight Edge Angelo, a lamb who was rescued after being born in a transport truck headed for a New York City slaughterhouse, has found a permanent new home just in time for the holidays. After spending nearly two months at Farm Sanctuary, an organization in upstate New York that rescues farm animals, Angelo was adopted by a couple in Michigan with a farm and other sheep. "Angelo will live out his life there," Susie Coston, National Shelter Director for Farm Sanctuary, tells Paw Nation. "He could easily live 16 years." That the little lamb would live at all was, at one time, highly doubtful. Coston tells Paw Nation that in September, a good Samaritan named Cindy Rexhaj was shopping at...