A man who is a farmer from Muran'ga is in shock after one of his chicks was hatched with four legs.
It was really a strange thing to him for he has never saw something of that kind.
Mwago Wa Mugikuyu reposted the story on their Facebook page which left members of public crushed on their comments.
"It is normal, there is no fear, let him take to where it belongs and it will be taken care," Phillip Mutai said.
"Take care of the chick waiting for more chicks from it with four legs," Liz Wen wrote.
Mary Mbugua suggested that he should take it to Kenya national museum.
"We once had a cow which had three legs. Anything is possible,'Veronicah Steve said.
Peter Marcus mentioned that he should call people from Guinness book world records.
In a different comment, Elizabeth Nyaga said that the chick was produced by the double yolk eggs.
Martin Kiberenge mentioned that people will start suggesting that it is a witchcrafts culture, knowing very well its an egg deformation.
He also said that his dog has two back legs without the in front one.
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