Doctor Expected This Pregnant Horse To Deliver A Normal Baby, But When He Sees This...

A miracle happened!

Doctor Expected This Pregnant Horse To Deliver A Normal Baby, But When He Sees This...
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Albert Einstein once said, "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."

Here at Oregon State University, veterinary students recently witnessed a miracle. This pregnant horse was supposed to deliver a normal baby, but what happened later left everyone stunned.

Oregon State University veterinarian Dr. John Shilpf said, "I've been doing this for last time and never have witnessed something like this ever." 

Let's see what the miracle was.

This was the Doctor's reaction.

This was the Doctor's reaction.

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This pregnant horse gave birth to two healthy foals.

This pregnant horse gave birth to two healthy foals.
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Why is this called a miracle? Because it never happened before.

Why is this called a miracle? Because it never happened before.
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According to Animalcenter.org, the probability of twin foals being born alive is 1 in 10,000.

According to Animalcenter.org, the probability of twin foals being born alive is 1 in 10,000.
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And the probability of them surviving first two weeks is 1 in 15,000.

And the probability of them surviving first two weeks is 1 in 15,000.
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Both foals are male and named Mocha and Cappuccino.

Both foals are male and named Mocha and Cappuccino.
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These foals were unable to nurse from their mother. 

These foals were unable to nurse from their mother. 
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So, the university hospital provided them nursing with plasma and antibiotics.

Meet Mocha, he is the smaller twin and being treated for angular limb deformity.

Meet Mocha, he is the smaller twin and being treated for angular limb deformity.

Whereas, Cappuccino is quite an adventurous and frisky foal.

Whereas, Cappuccino is quite an adventurous and frisky foal.
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That was quite a miracle, right?

That was quite a miracle, right?
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Here's the video, watch it for yourself.