Half male, half female cardinal

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Ornithologist Jamie Hill had a one in a million bird encounter: A cardinal half male, half female!

A rare genetic disorder called bilateral gynandromorphism splits a creature perfectly in half.

One side is male and one side is female.

You will find here a series of pictures of different animals with this extremely rare condition.

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