George Lippert (1844 – 28 July 1906), was born in Germany with three legs and two hearts. He worked as a curiosity for nearly 50 years, many of them for P. T. Barnum. He later faced competition from Italian-American Frank Lentini (1889−1966), another three-legged man.
He died of tuberculosis in 1906.
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