ST. PAUL, Minnesota (Fox 32 News) - The remains of a unique two-headed fawn that was found in Minnesota a couple years ago are going to be put on display.
The fawn was found by a mushroom hunter, reports Fox 9 News. It had just been stillborn.
This is the first recorded case of conjoined two-headed deer that were actually born.
The two-headed fawn has been mounted by a taxidermist and will be on display at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources headquarters in St. Paul.
Though the fawn was found two years ago, it is making news now because of a new report on its unique physiology.