We’ve all seen what human babies look like in the womb, well, most of us anyways but have you ever wondered what animals looked like in the womb?
The amazing embryonic images of unborn animals are said not to be exactly real but rather were created for a National Geographic documentary combining the use of dimensional ultrasound scans, tiny cameras and computer graphics.
|Baby dolphins are born with whiskers on their upper jaw, this calf will be in its mothers womb for up to 12 months and will spend months, even years, swimming close to mum before becoming independent.|
|Sharks are similar to mammals in how they reproduce, however one key difference is that Tiger Sharks are ovoviviparous. Their eggs are hatched internally with baby Tiger Sharks being born live once fully developed.|
4. Emperor Penquin
|Chihuahuas can often have great difficulty in giving birth with c-sections being common procedures to help pass a litter. Newborns take a few days to open their eyes and ears, they are very small and delicate while young.|
|This young cub will take 90 to 98 days before coming out of its mothers womb.|
9. Lemon Shark
10. Polar Bear