A cow on a farm in Cumbria has given birth to triplets, an extremely rare phenomenon.
What makes this even more unusual is that all of them are male calves. The chances of that happening are thought to be two million to one.
The farmer, at Unthank, between Penrith and Alston, says he was shocked.
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