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Meet Miracle, a 3-Week-Old Disabled Piglet Who Walks on 2 Legs

On the last day of August, farmer Ari Smith of Colorado Springs watched as a sow named Babe gave birth to a litter of six. As the piglets tumbled out, she noticed that one of them wasn't like the others—he had underdeveloped back legs, far too short to support even his tiny body. Smith figured his mother would leave him to die. But this piglet wasn't giving up that easily.
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