Published on 02 Jul 2015 | about 1 year ago
Deepak Kumar Paswan (nicknamed octo-boy) was born with a parasitic twin attached to his chest. Some people thought that he was a god, while others regarded him as the devil. Eventually, he underwent an operation. It was successful, and he is now living a normal and happy life.
2. Boy with 15 fingers and 16 toes
A Chinese boy was born with 15 fingers and 16 toes. With a total of 31 fingers and toes combined, he broke the previous record of 25. The boy underwent a surgery which lasted for 5 hours to have his extra fingers and toes removed.
3. Girl with 4 arms and 4 legs
A girl named Lakshmi Tatma from India was born with 4 arms and 4 legs. Her parents were laborers and couldn’t afford the expensive surgery to remove the extra limbs. Luckily, thirty doctors from Sparsh Hospital in Banglore did her surgery for free.
4. The boy with Extra head
In 2004, a child named Manar was born with an undeveloped twin attached to his head. The extra head could smile and even blink. Only a year later, the extra head was removed, and the child’s mother appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show with her surviving child. Unfortunately, Manar passed away in 2006 due to a brain infection.
5. Baby with two faces
Kangkang was born with an abnormality called transverse facial cleft, which gives him the appearance of having two faces (or wearing a mask). His parents finally managed to save enough money for the expensive treatment at the People Liberation Army’s Military Hospital.
6. The 3 legged Man
Lentini was born in 1889 in Rosolini in the province of Sirocusa, Sicily as one of twelve children. While he was billed as ‘The Man With Three Legs’, Lentini actually had four feet as a small malformed secondary foot protruded from his third leg. Thus in total he had three legs, four feet, sixteen toes and two sets of functioning male gen** itals. Furthermore, to complicate his life further, all of Francesco’s legs were of different lengths. However, Lentini was a very charming man and his charm did not go unnoticed and a young lady named Theresa Murray soon took a liking to Lentini. The pair soon wed and together they had four healthy children. Lentini continued touring until he passed away at the age of seventy-eight in 1966.