Kakamega County is back again to the headlines following birth of a unique but beautiful calf.
Navakholo town was a place of attraction yesterday evening after a cow conceived a calf with two legs in one of the villages.
The black calf has only two legs at the back and at the front are no signs of legs emerging.
Two photos shared widely on social media show the black calf resting innocently on the ground as people are gathered around it.
On another photo from the scene, a man is seen helping the calf to stand on its two legs.
It appears to be stronger just with the two of them and this makes people watching closely to be in shock.
Photos of the unique calf have left many social media users of what could have led to the situation.
Some are saying that it could be witchcraft as the area is associated with dark powers.
Others are thinking about the mutations of genes might have contributed to this.
"Genes mutations because of prolonged in-breeding," one social media commented.
Kipkorir Vincent: It happens due to genes not witchcraft.
Kirui Wilperson: Disabled calf.
Julius Tuei: You will see a lot of things if you walk in Kenya.
Evilly Consta: What can be done to such an innocent calf?
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