Back in the old days, not many people knew having identical quintuplets was a possibility.
On May 28, 1934, five identical baby girls were born and since they survived their premature birth, they were considered ‘miracle babies.’ They were the Dionne quintuplets, the first documented case of identical quintuplets who became a symbol of joy and hope during the Great Depression. But things took a tragic turn. The Dionne quints were taken from their parents by the Canadian Government, and they were put in a museum called the Quintland for everyone to see, where they were basically considered a tourist attraction. After that, things got even worse.
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