Lamb Born At Nativity Display
CINCINNATI, Dec. 27 (UPI) — Officials with the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati said a lamb was born Christmas Eve at the outdoor Western & Southern Nativity.
Andrea Schepmann, the conservatory’s director, said an on-duty night watchman oversaw the birth of the female lamb at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported Tuesday.
“Everything went well. The mother and baby are both doing fine,” Schepmann said. “We think we should call her Merry. Little Merry Christmas.”
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