1,000th Baby Born at South Pole City
Written by GPT-3, images by DALL·E 2
The 1,000th baby was born at South Pole City today, capping a banner year for births at the world’s southernmost city.
The baby, a girl named Aurora, was born at 4:30 a.m. to parents who have been living at the city for two years. She joins a growing population of children born at the city, which has seen a baby boom in recent years.
“We never thought we’d see the day when the 1,000th baby would be born here,” said Mayor James Redford. “It’s a testament to the hardiness of the human spirit that so many people have chosen to make their homes in this remote and beautiful place.”
The city has been growing steadily since it was founded in 1955, and its population has more than doubled in the past decade. The influx of new residents has been driven in part by the city’s growing reputation as a haven for artists and scientists.
“This is a place where people can come to pursue their dreams, free from the distractions of the outside world,” said Redford. “It’s a special place, and we’re proud to be able to offer it to the world.”
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