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LIFE: 12 Unborn Animals In The Womb You Have To See To Believe

LIFE: 12 Unborn Animals In The Womb You Have To See To Believe

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One of the most powerful pro-life articles I’ve ever seen, from Buzzfeed.

These images were created for a National Geographic special called In The Womb: Animals by Producer Peter Chinn. He used a combination of ultrasound technology, tiny cameras, and computer design to create these incredible images that replicate what fetal animals look like. This is an incredible window into the womb (or egg as the case may be), laying bare the mysteries of the beginning of life!

1. Unborn Elephant

Unborn Elephant

Peter Chinn

Adorable! Look at its little trunk!

2. Unborn Horse

Unborn Horse

Peter Chinn

3. Unborn Leopard

Unborn Leopard

Peter Chinn

4. Unborn Penguin

Unborn Penguin

Peter Chinn

5. Unborn Dolphin

Unborn Dolphin

Peter Chinn

Aww how cute!

6. Unborn Tiger Shark

Unborn Tiger Shark

Peter Chinn

Terrifying. Absolutely terrifying.

7. Unborn Lemon Shark

Unborn Lemon Shark

Peter Chinn

8. Unborn Polar Bears

Unborn Polar Bears

Peter Chinn

9. Unborn Snake

Unborn Snake

Peter Chinn

This is also disturbing.

10. Unborn Possum

Unborn Possum

Peter Chinn

11. Unborn Bats

Unborn Bats

Peter Chinn

12. Unborn Chihuahua

Unborn Chihuahua

Peter Chinn

Clump of Cells?

Clump of Cells?

Peter Chinn

Wait a minute, what? That’s an unborn human being isn’t it? For every other entry in this series, we realized that the animal inside the womb was the same type of thing as the animal outside the womb. Why should it be different for human beings? It would be dehumanizing to use dissociative language like “clump of cells” in this instance.

Unfortunately however, this particular fetal life in the womb is treated as less than human—it isn’t given the full rights of “Personhood” in the United States. And for that reason, this little one can be killed through abortion. Seems unjust doesn’t it? We think so. If you agree, please sign our Ten Million for Life pledge, which declares that all human beings should be recognized as full persons.[/tab][/tabs]

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  • Kurt C.

    That is a born possum. Do you really think that the womb of a possum is covered in hair. Science is not your strong suit.

    • shellie

      Clearly isn’t yours either. Possums are marsupials and are only in the womb as little as two weeks. They must make their way to the mother’s pouch unassisted and latch on to a teet. If they fail to do this they will die, as most do. We do agree however that they are alive before they are able to survive without the mothers body.

      • Kurt C.

        Oh Shelie. Poor, sweet Shelie. My point was simply that this is NOT a photo of a possum in the womb. Do you agree with that? It is a possum that has already been born and is most likely traveling to its mother’s pouch. Thank you for the lesson on marsupials. As a PhD in biology, it was greatly appreciated.

        • Cogito22

          Missing the forest for the trees much?

    • InstantlyH8d

      Derp, someone needs a 6th grade biology textbook.

      • Kurt C.

        A proper science textbook or one mandated by creationists?

        • InstantlyH8d

          Not sure, which fits your narrative and covers marsupials…derp

          • Kurt C.

            The photo above is labeled as an “unborn possum” but it is in fact a born possum. Marsupials give birth to very immature, almost embryonic young that develop attached to a teat, usually within a pouch. My point was simply, this is NOT an unborn possum, nor is it in the womb as the title suggests. I don’t know what “derp” means.

          • InstantlyH8d

            google it….it fits :)

  • Non Emotional/Religious View

    You are missing a view key points here:

    1. None of the other animals in this photo have rights. In fact, one could make the point that it’s obscene that an unborn human has more rights than any of these animals.

    2. You are looking at a third trimester baby here. Please, before arguing abortion rights, post pictures of a first trimester baby. The only ones legally allowed to be aborted.

    3. I do not know what your political affiliation is, but before you argue Pro life, take a stand to support one of these alternatives.

    A. Free birth control and sexual education – very inexpensive and helps for planned healthy families. Oh wait, no that’s against most religious beliefs.

    B. Abortion – moderately expensive but prevents unwanted children from depending on the state – nope you’ve already ruled it out.

    C. Adoption – expensive but ensures child is raised by caring home most of the time. Risks children who are unadopted depending on the state. Gay adoption would greatly help keep , but most religions forbid this.

    D. Expanded medicare and education to raise children on the state. Most expensive option. Most religions side with conservative views which will prevent this.

    My overall point is, sure, go ahead. Say you’re pro-life in a poorly pointed article. Before saying you’re against something, give the alternative some thought.

    We live in an overpopulated world with people who are reproducing and being forced to have babies they don’t want because people like you believe that your beliefs are more important than said impregnated lady’s.

    Don’t get me wrong. I am pro-life. But that means I will have my baby if I choose to get a girl pregnant. I will not impose my view on others for decisions they made. Why do you?

    • dba_vagabond_trader

      Your skewed clinical explanations for everything make me question your pro life creds. You either are or you are not. As for late term abortion, it is not only legal in many places, it is celebrated by abortion zealots, including the potus.

    • chicagorefugee

      How would gay adoption “greatly” help when gay folk are only 2-3% of the population, hmmm? Is there some research out there showing that gay people are that much more likely to adopt than their straight peers?

    • InstantlyH8d

      HAve you been accused of pushing an agenda lately?

    • Devil’s Advocate

      Your second point is false. Because of the 1973 Doe v. Bolton decision, which created a broad health exception based on emotional and social well-being, abortion is legal throughout all nine months of pregnancy. Abortionists like LeRoy Carhart, Warren Hern, Susan Robinson, and Shelley Sella all provide 3rd trimester abortions. You also say the world is overpopulated, yet the fertility rate is below replacement levels in over 80 countries. Check out overpopulationisamyth.com. Finally, if you believe in the right of a woman to procure an abortion, you are pro-choice, not pro-life. You believe in the right of the woman to “choose.” One question: wouldn’t you be “imposing” your views if you got a girl pregnant and forced her to choose life, as you say you would? And didn’t the North “impose” its views on the Southern slave owners during the Civil War? Was that also unjustified?

    • Cogito22

      Yes, you are pro-life as much as some teenie screwing for abstinence.