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Have you ever wondered how a baby develops so rapidly and fully in his or her mother’s womb? Well, this astounding short video demonstrates the mind-blowing process for us to witness. It’s a computerized, fast-paced – and accurate – window to the womb.
Here’s the description of the video on YouTube:
Life is truly wonderful! In fact, the development of human life in the womb is just amazing. Did you know that everything about you — including how tall you would be, the color of your eyes, and the color of your skin– was all determined at the time of fertilization? Month-by-month you grew in the safety and comfort of your mother’s womb until the big day of your birth finally arrived!
“Life in the Womb” is a fascinating video that gives us the story of the unborn child, and demonstrates the fetus development in the Uterus.
The video has been seen over 1,00,000 times, and some of the viewers have reacted:
This is an amazing video. Only God who created all things could create such a beautiful process. …”
“Amazing how far science has come. We even know the full process of life. But there are still some people that refuse to accept it.”
“I can’t explain my feeling about this video. It’s out of my mind and heart. Best ever video on Youtube.”
“The progress at every point is really beautiful in pregnancy – to the way the baby’s made, to the way it forms and grows, and until his/her birth. This is why I’m pro-life because life is life, and each fetus should be given a chance to grow into the person God meant them be. It deepens one’s faith in God and his love, and makes me reminisce about being pregnant with my son who’s 16 now…brings u closer to God and your children, and is very precious. It’s lovely and emotional. God is good :)”
“This is AWESOME!!!!!!!!! WOW”
“This video is totally beautiful! There has to be a God!!”
For more videos on life inside the womb, visit The Endowment for Human Development online. There, you will find rare, in-utero footage of preborn babies at various stages.