As a baby, he would have two heads.

One head would be normal.

The other would be abnormal.

But his parents were convinced they had a miracle.

So they kept the first head, and the other head grew into a toddler.

The baby’s parents, in a rare moment of faith, had faith that the first baby had two heads, even though there was no scientific evidence to back it up.

Now, in an exclusive interview with National Geographic, a team of researchers and researchers in the U.S. and Canada say they have found evidence that two heads are not uncommon.

One of the world’s leading researchers on twins, Dr. Robert A. Zeki, who led the study, said he was surprised to find a baby who had two ears.

But he was excited to find that the baby was a single-celled organism that he knew was related to a variety of other creatures.

Dr. Zengei, who has been studying the relationship between twins and their shared genes for more than 20 years, said that the two-headed baby’s twin was likely a common ancestor.

The two-celling baby “is not a mystery,” he said.

“It’s just a very well-studied organism.”

Zeki said the scientists used DNA sequencing to analyze the DNA of the baby’s mother and her two siblings, and found that the mother had the same set of genes as her siblings.

Zeki’s team also looked at the DNA from the baby, which was not from the mother, and saw that its parents, the mother and the twins, share the same DNA.

“We don’t have to go back to antiquity to find two-faced babies,” Zeki told National Geographic.

ZetaTalk: What is twins?

The two heads may be rare, but not unique.

There are other cases of twins, like twins with the same parents, Zeki noted.

But in those cases, the parents have different sets of genes.

That could be a clue that the twin’s twin is a separate organism, Zengey said.

The second baby could be an animal, or an animal-like hybrid that can grow to two heads without the need for an umbilical cord.

But the mother would have to share the genes for both of her parents to produce a baby with two faces, Zekie said.

And the twins are in danger of being separated, because they are all so closely related, so there are likely to be genetic differences that make the two heads more common.

If two heads were rare, “then it would be very rare to have twins,” Zengeia said.