TWO HEADED FAWN AT THE OUTDOOR NEWS DEER & TURKEY CLASSIC

The animal was found dead by Kevin Serres, of Brownsville, in far-southeastern Minnesota while he was on a hike near Brownsville. Serres, who said he made the discovery in May 2016, donated the fawn to the Minnesota DNR.

Two-headed deer are indeed rare. And while there have been a few reports of them in other states, Serres said it's thought to be the first one ever documented in Minnesota. "They went through 60 years of records and didn't find anything," Serres said of the DNR. "They (the DNR) said they thought the lungs never expanded. It was probably born dead. But it had to be (born) just hours before."