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PRAIRIE SPORTSMAN

Two-Headed Fawn

  • Aired: 05/07/2017
  • 10:07
  • Rating: NR
Found by a morel mushroom hunter in southeast Minnesota, the pristine, two-headed fawn was stillborn. An MRI scan revealed the fawn had one liver, one set of lungs, but two hearts and two heads. Lou Cornicelli, DNR wildlife research manager, asked Robert Utne, owner of Wild Images in Motion based in Savage, Minn., and taxidermist Jessica Brooks to mount the rare little deer.
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The 2017 season is made possible by funding from the Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund as recommended by the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources, and by Ice Castle Fish Houses Manufacturing and Live Wide Open.
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