Doctors are fighting for the life of a six-legged baby
In Pakistan, doctors have struggled help to save a baby's life that has come with six legs into the world.
The little boy had a rare genetic disease, said the hospital in Karachi. In only one of a million cases could happen to me. "Actually it is not just a baby," hospital director Jamal Raza said of the child born in the past week. "There are two and the other has not evolved."
The doctors examined the boy on Monday for possible intervention and treatment, therefore, to allow him to be a "normal life". The child's father, who lives hundreds of miles away from Karachi, was happy that his son would help. "We are a poor family," he told Pakistani media. "I thank the government to help us and my baby can be treated."