A lamb born was born on a New Zealand last week, with seven legs.
Remarkably, it can use five of its legs to follow its mother, and its normal twin, around the farm.
A lamb born with more than four legs, an abnormality known as 'polydactyl' occurs only once in every few million births.
This incredible lamb does not have a complete bowel, and it is also an hermaphrodite.
It is likely to be put down.
Not surprisingly, the owners of the farm were stunned when they first saw it.