Aug. 24: Yoandri Hernández Garrido, 37, known as "Twenty-Four" shows his 12 fingers in Baracoa, Guantanamo province, Cuba.
Hernández is proud of his extra digits and calls them a blessing, saying they set him apart and enable him to make a living .
Hernández makes a living by scrambling up palm trees to cut coconuts and posing for photographs in this eastern Cuban city popular with tourists.
Known as polydactyly, Hernández's condition is relatively common, but it's rare for the extra digits to be so perfect.
One traveler paid $10 for a picture with him, Hernández said, a bonanza in a country with an average salary of just $20 a month.
Yoandri Hernández Garrido, known as "24," has six fingers and six toes on his hands and feet.