When Richard Scott William Hutchinson was born nearly four months early, he was given a zero percent chance of survival. He was so small, could fit into the palm of one of his parent’s hands.
Not only did he beat those extreme odds, but he’s also made history and earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records, all before celebrating his first birthday.
He weighed only 11.9 ounces at birth. That’s one-tenth the average weight of a full-term newborn, according to Guinness. Source: CBN News
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