The animal kingdom is a weird and wild place.

Last month, a cow with two faces was born in Baker County, Fla. That's right, the calf has four eyes, as well as two mouths and two noses.

This birth is a rarity -- it only happens about once every 400 million times someone or something is born.

The calf is a female and has two sets of eyes, although farmer Dwight Crews thinks the middle eyes don't actually see and that the animal only has one brain.

Ripley's Believe It or Not, which has reached out to Crews, says no two-headed cow has lived past 40 days, so this calf's future is very much in doubt.

The animal is bottle-feeding, but standing up is a major issue because she doesn't have a lot of strength and her head weighs a lot.

“I would like to see her live, and see her get up and walk and function,” Crews said.