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'!

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.

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X-Ray Of A Pregnant Turtle

X-Ray Of A Pregnant Turtle

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pandaes 3 years ago

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

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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 years ago

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

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Pregnant Dog X-Ray

Pregnant Dog X-Ray

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Amanda Panda 3 years ago

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

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Snekception

Snekception

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Kimpee Olivar 3 years ago

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

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A Pregnant Kiwi

A Pregnant Kiwi

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Abigail Maute 3 years ago

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

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Pregnant Cat X-Ray

Pregnant Cat X-Ray

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Lou Wow 3 years ago

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

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An X-Ray Of A Pregnant Guinea Pig?

An X-Ray Of A Pregnant Guinea Pig?

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rai mei 3 years ago

thought this was a frog but remembered frogs lay eggs

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An X-Ray Of Pregnant Muntjac Deer

An X-Ray Of Pregnant Muntjac Deer

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Hans 3 years ago

The fetus head looks almost bird like...

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Pregnant Raccoon

Pregnant Raccoon

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Jo Sheppard 3 years ago

- with a couple of air gun pellets for good measure... poor thing.

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X-Ray Of Pregnant Bat

X-Ray Of Pregnant Bat

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over opinionated 3 years ago

Why is it on one side. I'm not sure but it looks like it's bulging out the right not front.

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Pregnant Red-Tailed Hawk X-Ray

Pregnant Red-Tailed Hawk X-Ray

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Golden Rayquaza 3 years ago

i wonder if it feels like they gotta poop all the time

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A Pregnant Chinchilla

A Pregnant Chinchilla

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X-Ray Of A Pregnant Cat

X-Ray Of A Pregnant Cat

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Hans 3 years ago

Thank god cats are flexible. :)

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We Just Found Out That One Of Our Transmitted Tortoises Is Pregnant

We Just Found Out That One Of Our Transmitted Tortoises Is Pregnant

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Hilarious 3 years ago

Transmitted?

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X-Ray Of My Bearded Dragon Kora

X-Ray Of My Bearded Dragon Kora

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Pregnant Bat's X-Ray

Pregnant Bat's X-Ray

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A Pregnant Guinea Pig

A Pregnant Guinea Pig

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Melody Lanzatella 3 years ago

Many beebees!

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A Pregnant Raccoon

A Pregnant Raccoon

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Becky Stacy 3 years ago

Looks like they have human heads

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I Took My Pregnant Foster Cat To The Vet. Five Kittens

I Took My Pregnant Foster Cat To The Vet. Five Kittens

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X-Ray Of A Pregnant Bat

X-Ray Of A Pregnant Bat

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X-Ray Of A Pregnant Dog

X-Ray Of A Pregnant Dog

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An X-Ray Of My Aunt's Pregnant Cocker Spaniel

An X-Ray Of My Aunt's Pregnant Cocker Spaniel

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Pregnant Dog X-Ray

Pregnant Dog X-Ray

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Melody Lanzatella 3 years ago

A LOT of beebees!