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  • BUFFALOES;DICEPHALUS MONSTER;MURRAH BUFFALO;CONGENITAL ANOMALY;FOETUS;EMBRYOLOGY;ETIOLOGY;INDIA

  • Double-headed monster foetus was delivered by per-vaginum in a pluriparus Murrah buffalo, which was presented with acute labor and dystocia. The foetus was a fully developed female calf with two heads joined with single neck, four eyes, four ears, two oral cavities, a single oesophagus, a single thorax and abdomen, two fore and two hind limb, which can be classified as dicephalus dipus dibrachious monster.

  • [1] Sushant Srivastava (N.D. University of Ag. and Tech, Kumarganj, Faizabad (India). College of Veterinary science and A.H.)
    [2] Amit Kumar (N.D. University of Ag. and Tech, Kumarganj, Faizabad (India). College of Veterinary science and A.H.)
    [3] Maurya, S.K. (N.D. University of Ag. and Tech, Kumarganj, Faizabad (India). College of Veterinary science and A.H.)
    [4] Singh, A. (N.D. University of Ag. and Tech, Kumarganj, Faizabad (India). College of Veterinary science and A.H.)
    [5] Singh, V.K. (N.D. University of Ag. and Tech, Kumarganj, Faizabad (India). College of Veterinary science and A.H.)

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Sushant Srivastava and others. (2008). Dicephalus monster in Murrah buffalo.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 27 (3) ,231-232


Sushant Srivastava and others. "Dicephalus monster in Murrah buffalo" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 27, 2008, 231-232.

Sushant Srivastava and others. (2008). Dicephalus monster in Murrah buffalo.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 27 (3) ,231-232