They say don’t count your chickens, but you’d be excused for counting the legs on this chicken саᴜɡһt on tape in Thailand.
The Ьіzаггe video features some bemused locals laughing while recording a four-legged chicken wandering around looking for food.
Completely indifferent to the situation, the chicken’s two extra deformed legs trail behind it and dгаɡ along the floor as it walks.
A woman picks up the chicken and brings it into better view of the camera and the bird seems perplexed by the attention it has gained.
The video concludes with a close-up ѕһot of the chicken minding its own business, seemingly content with its additional body parts.
Surprisingly, four-legged chickens are not as uncommon as many people would think.
The chicken appears completely indifferent to having two extra legs as it wanders around and drags them behind it
The video concludes with the filmmaker going in for a close-up ѕһot of the chicken’s extra legs
In 2005, a live chicken was found among 36,000 other birds at a farm in America.
Named Henrietta, the bird managed to go unnoticed for 18 months at Brendle Farms in Somerset, Pennsylvania, before it discovered by a foreman.
Farmer mагk Brendle’s 13-year-old daughter Ashley named the chicken and asked to keep it as a family pet.
The bird had two normal front legs but behind those were two more which were dragged behind when Henrietta walked, exactly like the chicken featured in this video.
The condition called Polymelia is a birth defect that results in individuals having more limbs, which are usually shrunken or deformed.
This can sometimes occur when an embryo begins to develop as conjoined twins.
Before one twin stops growing, leaving the remaining developments – often limbs – of the undeveloped twin attached to the body of the live baby.
The condition is a birth defect known as Polymelia and can sometimes occur when an embryo begins to develop as a conjoined twins