Something really strange is going on in the world. There have been some pretty crazy reports of animals and children in the news lately.
Take for example the six-legged lamb born in an ancient town right outside of Iran.
The wondrous birth happened in Velistsikhe, Georgia. The tiny brown and white lamb can be seen nursing from its mother and maneuvering happily around its stable home.
The lamb appears to be quite tame as it is hoisted up and around by farmer Abadzhanov Albert, who beams from ear to ear throughout the video.
Abadzhanov explained the birth had caused chatter amongst locals and his peers. He said: "I have been asking the other shepherds, but none of them remember such case.
"There were three-legged lambs, one-eyed, but not six-legged, bisexual one. The lamb eats well, but moves with difficulty."
Birth mutations are reasonably common in farm animals like sheep, cows and goats.
They occur when an egg does not completely split in to two, meaning what could have been twin offspring end up as one offspring with extra limbs or sometimes in extreme cases, an extra head.
It's a theory that the farmer supports. 'Most probably there were twins, but then the embryos were united, and we've got a strange lamb,' he said. There has been a string of unusual births in Georgia since the start of this year, with stories of a three-legged cat and two-headed lamb being reported in the media.
What are they feeding these animals?!