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  • Robin Hamann

    Valentines Day Calf This tiny little ox calf is not the one of the weirdest animals on the cattle list, but it is interesting none the less. This little guy was born at Yamakun Farm near Tokyo, Japan a few years ago with a large white heart shaped patch of hair on it’s forehead. Adorable!!

  • Jennifer Manley Slack

    calf with a white heart shape on head ~ how sweet <3

  • Autumn Brady

    <3heart shaped spot on this little calf ! Love cows (their big noses) and especially calves.

  • Fitting Images Photography

    natural heart shapes | Animals born with heart markings for Valentine's Day - National pet ...

  • Lindsey Rowe

    Sweet baby cow

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