April 15 (UPI) -- A Wisconsin farm is celebrating the birth of a highly unusual animal: a goat with two faces.
Jocelyn Nueske of Nueske Farms in Wittenberg said the baby was born April 5 and was dubbed Janus, after the two-headed Roman god.
Nueske said Janus appears to be healthy, despite his side-by-side twin mouths and four eyes.
"They weren't sure if the middle eyes worked. But they were positive about the outside eyes working," Neuske told WLUK-TV of the veterinarians who examined Janus.
"He's a normal goat. We just have to help him. We try to help him as much as we can, and give him a break when he gets tired," she said.
She said Janus has been a big hit with visitors to the farm's Facebook page.
Nueske, who has operated her goat farm for six years, said she didn't even know it was possible for a goat to be born with two faces.
"I've heard of two-headed cows, and lizards, but not a goat," Nueske said.