A female teratopagus born on 3 July 1991 at full term by normal vaginal delivery were the second pregnancy of a 25-year-old mother (Figure 1). This was described as a “third limb” variety, the extra limb arising from the posterior aspect of the iliac crest and coccyx. The limb was successfully excised when the baby was 1 week old. Histopathology did not reveal any teratomatous elements. Last follow up was April 1993, showed normal locomotors function.