Specific heat is calculated using Tsallis Statistics. It is observed that it is possible to explain some low temperature specific heat properties of glasses using non-extensive approach. A similarity between temperature dependence of non-extensive specific heat and fractal specific heat is also discussed. Motivation: Non-extensive statistics is being increasingly used to explain anomalous behaviour observed in the properties of various physical system. Tsallis statistics has been used to study physical systems /phenomena which include turbulence in plasma , Cosmic ray background radiation , self gravitating systems , econo-physics, electron-positron annihilation ,classical and quantum chaos , linear response theory , Levy type anomalous super diffusion , thermalization of electron- phonon systems , low dimensional dissipative systems  etc. It has been shown that non-extensive features get manifested in those systems which have long range forces, long memory effects or in those systems which evolve in (non Euclidean like space-time) fractal space time [11 and reference therein]. Apart from other applications it has been suggested  that non-extensive statistics can be applied to complex systems like glassy materials and fractal / multi-fractal or unconventional structures also. Anomalous low temperature specific heat results in glasses have motivated us to use non-extensive statistics. We will also compare specific heat using Tsallis statistics with specific heat of a fractal. Low temperature specific heat: Specific heat depends on density of states g(ω
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