Conjoined white-tailed deer fawns – 2018.

D’Angelo, G.J., L. Cornicelli, C.E. Clarkson, and A. Wuenschmann. 2018. American Midland Naturalist 179(2): 299-302.

In May 2016 conjoined white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) fawns were
found deceased in southeastern Minnesota. The bodies of the fawns were joined ventrally and
laterally with two separate necks and heads. This is the first case described of conjoined twoheaded
white-tailed deer brought to full-term gestation and delivered.


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