A canine is born with out a nostril with one eye and two tongue, which they name a large

Nature continues to surprise us, it is known for many cases of animals born with an anomaly. Even so, they manage to survive, but while it sounds strange, it is common for Cubs to be called gigantic because they are only born with one eye, which indicates creatures from Greek mythology that had one eye. A puppy was recently born with the disease.

Amy De Martin announced on Facebook that her dog gave birth to a very rare puppy on February 6th because it was born without a nose, an eye and two tongues. Soon this post went viral.

The case of a Cyclops puppy occurred in Tangalan, Philippines. Amy de Martin He mentioned that none of the puppies in the litter were born with a deformity, except for the puppy who had difficulty breathing due to his missing nose, in addition to his inability to feed his mother due to the two languages ​​he had.

On Twitter, Al Waseet Filipino Star mentioned the puppy’s owner He said the giant’s puppy died shortly after it was born.

“Owner Amy de Martin said the one-eyed puppy died in seconds immediately after it was born on Saturday at 10:00 p.m., but the puppy’s mother, Baby Bay, is in good health,” the tweet said.

Owner Amy de Martin said the one-eyed puppy died seconds after it was born on Saturday at 10 p.m. But the puppy’s mother, Pipay, is otherwise healthy.

“He also died without a nose or mouth,” said de Martin. pic.twitter.com/oaMa4c4UzE

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The puppy owner said her dog had five other dogs that were born healthy. He also mentioned that after the giant’s puppy dies, he plans to preserve the animal’s body.

Hafen mentioned that cyclopia is also a rare birth defect that occurs when the front of the brain does not divide in the left and right hemispheres.

According to experts, cyclopia is a rare congenital defect that occurs when the front of the brain does not divide into the right and left hemispheres.

De Martin said her family plans to keep Cyclops’ body. (Photos provided by Aimee de Martin, Boracay News Network) pic.twitter.com/Rfc00xPiPl

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