Chocolate dog gives birth to 5 puppies. Everyone's gasping once they see the last one

Everything started out normal with this story. The momma puppy is a chocolate lab, and was two years old when she gave birth to a 5-puppy litter. You'd expect five little normal lab puppies to come out.
Well, technically what happened. But one of the puppies still gave everyone a shock. Have you spotted it yet?
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Nope, the resolution on your monitor isn't wrong. Her owners were shocked - being the only girl in the litter wasn't enough for this little one apparently!
That little pup is actually green! Now you know why everyone was so surprised.
After getting over the shock, her owners named her Fiona - like the princess/ogre from Shrek. So fitting! Here are some pictures of Fiona:
But why is her color green? Keep reading to find out what everyone is saying.
One theory as to why they're green comes from Time, who say that it may be because of an over-exposure to biliverdin, which is a green pigment in the placenta.
Thankfully, according to Life with Dogs, it's not a health concern at all. Kind of sad, but it fades after a few weeks. But Fiona will always be known as the green pup!
Make sure to watch this videos to see every amazing picture of this green furball. And don't forget to share this miracle with your friends and family!
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