The boy has eight limbs growing from the abdominal
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The boy has eight limbs growing from the abdominal

Bangalore : India | Sep 23, 2011 at 8:56 PM PDT
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7-year-old boy in India born with four legs and four hands, is considered the incarnation of a Hindu deity.

Deepak Paswan boy living in a village in Bihar state. Withextraordinary body, he is around people worshiped as Vishnu, the god is often depicted with more than 4. In fact, four more from the belly of Deepak is rising limb of the conjoined twins, but nobeginning and live clinging to his body.

Deepak became the center of attention and his parents are not comfortable because there are so many people daily visit the smallboy. Viresh Paswan, father of Deepak, doing construction worker,said: "We always want the surgery to remove the twins parasites to free her from being treated as a divine animal."

According to AOL, on 30 / 5, according to the wishes of the family, boys have surgery at a hospital in Bangalore. The city has to payhospital fees for the boy. The father said that 4 hour surgery was amiracle and when they return to the village, he will let his son go to school like other children their age.

The surgery was successful after several months of preparation,with the strength of a medical team of 15 people. In case of girlslike Lakshmi Deepak Tatma in the state of Bihar, also born withfour legs and four arms. She will also remove the extra limbs to the surgery cost $ 50,000.

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The boy has eight limbs
Deepak Paswan with 4 more to grow from the abdomen.
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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