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Two-headed cow treated as a GOD in India

Deformed animals are considered sacred in India. In Hinduism, these animals are believed to be the incarnation of gods or to have special powers. For example, monkeys with forked tails are considered the incarnation of Hanuman, the monkey god. Elephants with six tusks are considered the incarnation of Ganesha, the elephant-headed god. And fish with two heads are considered the incarnation of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. In addition to their religious significance, animals with deformities are also considered a sign of good luck. It is believed that they will bring prosperity and happiness to those who see them. For this reason, animals with deformities are often objects of worship and respect.

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