Doctors described the procedure as among the most complicated they had ever performed.
Surgery to separate six-week-old girls Annabelle and Isabelle Bateson who share a liver, a bladder, and a bowel, but have separate hearts will begin next month.
A team of doctors and nurses successfully separated Addy and Lily Altobelli on October 13, 2021, at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
A doctor said the procedure to separate the two girls was "complicated beyond anything one could imagine."
Twins are common in deer. Conjoined twins are not.
Babies born like this often die quickly.