A Montana woman gave birth to a set of identical triplet boys in early December, a rare occurrence— especially without the aid of fertility drugs, reported the Billings Gazette.
Jase and Jody Kinsey of Miles City, Montana, welcomed their boys—identical spontaneous triplets— on Dec.5. Identical spontaneous triplets occur after one egg is fertilized and divides into two, creating identical twins. If the embryo splits again, identical triplets occur.
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