The Cuban Yoandri Hernández Garrido says that 24 fingers that have, half and half of them in hands and feet, have not been an impediment to have a "normal" life.
The man lives in the basin of the Toa River, in Guantanamo province, in the most eastern end of Cuba. Hernandez, who works as "cayuquero" (driver of barges between the banks of the river) and Chef of a tourist center, says that his greatest passion is moving barefoot or with shoes open to show its six fingers on each of the feet and hands.
The body curiosity of Hernández, of 30 years, has earned him the nickname of "twenty-four".
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