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    How would you classify this condition?

    I'll post the correct answer in a day or three!

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    Correct answer:

    Inschiopagus tetrapus.

    A condition in which the lower halves of the two bodies are fused, with the spines conjoined end-to-end at a 180° angle. In this case, the twin has four legs, and typically one external genitalia and anus.
     

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