Real Two-headed Calf Skull With Stand
Two-headed animals are called bicephalic or dicephalic. The process is the same as conjoined twins, they form from monozygotic twin embryos. This calf developed two separate, but fused, heads. Both heads developed independently but shared one cranium. The skulls come together to possess a single magnum foramen that once connected to a single vertebral column. This would make a magnificent study specimen or conversation piece.
- The skull is removable from the base
- The mandibles are attached with a screw
- Total Length 28 cm (11 in.)
- Total Width 19 cm (7.5 in.)
- Total Height 21 cm (8.3 in.)