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Art ID: 71363

Art ID: 71363

Cephalothoracopagus. Skeleton of conjoined twins,

Cephalothoracopagus. Skeleton of conjoined twins,

Eye with polycoria (multiple pupils) - Imgur Credit: Biomancer

Eye with polycoria (multiple pupils)

Eye with polycoria (multiple pupils) - Imgur Credit: Biomancer

On 22nd March, 2010, A chinese boy From Shenyang, capital of northeast China’s Liaoning province, showed his weird fingers and toes. He has a total of 31 fingers and toes, 7 fingers in left hand, 8 in right hand and 8 toes in each foot. He has broken the earlier record of 25 fingers and toes. He is currently in Shenjing hospital and ready for an operation.:

On 22nd March, 2010, A chinese boy From Shenyang, capital of northeast China’s Liaoning province, showed his weird fingers and toes. He has a total of 31 fingers and toes, 7 fingers in left hand, 8 in right hand and 8 toes in each foot. He has broken the earlier record of 25 fingers and toes. He is currently in Shenjing hospital and ready for an operation.:

ornamentedbeing:  Secret poison case disguised as a book, 17th century I have no idea where it’s from but it’s pretty amazing.

ornamentedbeing: Secret poison case disguised as a book, 17th century I have no idea where it’s from but it’s pretty amazing.

Foot binding.  The bones of the arch and toes were broken and the foot bound.  The toes often fell off.  The ideal size was 7 cm (2.45 inches).  The practice was officially outlawed in China in 1912.

Foot binding. The bones of the arch and toes were broken and the foot bound. The toes often fell off. The ideal size was 7 cm (2.45 inches). The practice was officially outlawed in China in 1912.

Gárgola de Notre Dame de Paris

Gárgola de Notre Dame de Paris

Ethel Granger – her 13 inch waist (1959)

Ethel Granger – her 13 inch waist (1959)

She actually made a good living this way, at one point taking home 200 dollars a week, or the equivalent of 5,000 dollars a week in today's money, and was able to retire from the sideshow business in 1886, which we're thinking is a happier ending than what other sideshow attractions got back in those days.

15 Mind-Blowing Old-Timey Photos You Won't Believe Are Real

She actually made a good living this way, at one point taking home 200 dollars a week, or the equivalent of 5,000 dollars a week in today's money, and was able to retire from the sideshow business in 1886, which we're thinking is a happier ending than what other sideshow attractions got back in those days.

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