On a farm in the Malaysian state of Sabah, a one-eyed goat was born. The owner called him Tue Jaban. According to the owner of the animal, the goat breeder Avang Rosli Mat Taiba, the whole village came to see the newborn mutant.
The owner showed the goat to veterinarians, and they noted that, apart from the anomaly, the baby is perfectly healthy. Nevertheless, he must be fed through a tube, since his mouth is too small, and he can not suck his mother’s udder. The anomaly of Thue Jaban is called a cyclopeia. It occurs in one of 16,000 animals, and most often those born with a mutation do not live long.