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A green puppy was born in Italy

CBS News Thursday, 22 October 2020
The farmer who owns the pup appropriately named him Pistachio.
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A rare green puppy has been born in Italy and has been named Pistachio, owing to his green fur. The puppy was part of a five-dog litter born at the farm on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. Pistachio's brothers and sisters all had white fur, the same colour as their mother. A dog born with green...

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