What do animals look like in the womb
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Humanity, known for its curiosity, did not miss the opportunity to look into the holy of holies of nature. Thanks to National Geographic documentaries, we can look at unborn animals in the womb or, in some cases, in eggs. The sight is a little strange, but nevertheless absolutely fascinating.
1. Baby elephant on the 118th day after conception.
2. The baby elephant is "older", this is how it looks at the 12th of the 22 months of pregnancy. This is the longest pregnancy among mammals.
3. Baby elephant, the 12th month of pregnancy.
4. The embryo of the emperor penguin inside the egg, about a week after fertilization.
5. An almost fully formed imperial penguin chick.
7. Still inside the egg…
8. A penguin chick before birth.
9. A kitten a week before birth.
10. Baby kangaroo in the mother's bag, where he will spend 6 months before meeting with the outside world.
11. Lemon (yellow) shark. About the fifth month of embryo development, gills begin to form.
12. And later, teeth appear.
13. Puppies are extremely charming even before birth…
14. A chihuahua puppy, the last week of pregnancy.
15. A puppy just before birth.
17. Polar bears.
18. The snake.
19. The leopard.
21. However, despite the amazing plausibility of these images and the information that appeared along with the images on the Internet about ultrasound and micro-cameras used in their creation, these are not real photos.
22. In fact, these are stunning silicone models created by the British special effects studio Artem, and computer graphics.
23. But the models themselves were just made with the help of three-dimensional ultrasound and experts in the field of zoology, in compliance with all anatomical details, and as a result they turned out to be so realistic that many took their shots for real.