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Indiana Parents Welcome Identical Triplets

Scientists argue that the odds of having identical triplets are between 1 in 1 million and 1 in 100 million. Whichever it is, one thing is clear: The little bundles of joy are very rare!

On December 30, one lucky Indiana couple, Amanda and Chad Doss, gave birth to identical triplets, who were all naturally conceived. The three girls—Avery, Cassidy and Bentley—were born at just 31.5 weeks but are all able to breathe on their own. Only Cassidy is hooked up to a feeding tube through her umbilical cord.

It's likely that the girls will have to be kept at St. Vincent Women's Hospital for another eight weeks, but the couple plans on visiting them as much as they can.

We can't get over how cute those little girls are!

Image via Amanda Doss

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