It's a common thing among humans to share pictures of babies still in the womb. However, even if you think you've seen it all, these X-ray pictures of pregnant animal bellies is something that will make you say 'OMG'!


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Nature is full of interesting facts! Did you know that when it comes to pregnancy, opposums have it the easiest - it takes only 14 days, whereas elephant females spend up to 23 months being pregnant. The Guinness World Record for most puppies in a litter is 24 pups, and MALE seahorses give birth to an average of around 200 hatchlings.

#1 X-Ray Of A Pregnant Turtle

X-Ray Of A Pregnant Turtle

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pandaes 3 weeks ago

and here is only 5, my turtle laid more than 12 one year! also, they can be empty eggs.

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#2 An X-Ray Of A Pregnant Francois Langur Monkey

An X-Ray Of A Pregnant Francois Langur Monkey

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Amanda Panda 3 weeks ago

minus the tail...the fetus looks a lot like a human skeleton.

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#3 Pregnant Dog X-Ray

Pregnant Dog X-Ray

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Amanda Panda 3 weeks ago

These are easier to see then the preg kitten. Looks like a lot of pups in there!

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#4 Snekception

Snekception

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Kimpee Olivar 3 weeks ago

aren't snakes lay eggs? how could they have them inside?

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#5 A Pregnant Kiwi

A Pregnant Kiwi

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Abigail Maute 3 weeks ago

CUTE!!!! I LOVE KIWI BIRDS!!!

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#6 Pregnant Cat X-Ray

Pregnant Cat X-Ray

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Lou Wow 3 weeks ago

Why are they X-Raying pregnant animals? Isn't that harmful?

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#7 An X-Ray Of A Pregnant Guinea Pig?

An X-Ray Of A Pregnant Guinea Pig?

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rai mei 3 weeks ago

thought this was a frog but remembered frogs lay eggs

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#8 An X-Ray Of Pregnant Muntjac Deer

An X-Ray Of Pregnant Muntjac Deer

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Hans 3 weeks ago

The fetus head looks almost bird like...

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