First Time In A Decade, Pennsbury Manor Houses Baby Animals

MORRISVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — The former residence of William Penn is now home to two baby lambs.

The Pennsbury Manor welcomed the new additions to the property, marking the first time in 10 years the humble abode has housed baby animals of any kind.

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Earlier this month, Pennsbury Manor, the former home of William Penn, welcomed two baby lambs to the property. This is the first time in more than 10 years that Pennsbury has had baby animals of any kind on-site.

Pennsbury is currently raising funds to build the baby lambs a new shelter area.

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