12 Amazing Photos of Animals in the Womb Reinforces Pro-Life Stance

The guys at Young Conservatives put together an awe-inspiring yet cute list of unborn animals! The pictures come from a National Geographic special called In The Womb: Animals by Producer Peter Chinn. Chinn used a combination of ultrasound technology, cameras and computer design programs to produce the amazing pictures that give us a window into the womb to show us what these tiny babies look like in the womb.

1. Unborn Elephant


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2. Unborn Horse



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3. Unborn Leopardunb3

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4. Unborn Penguin


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5. Unborn Dolphin



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6. Unborn Tiger Shark


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7. Unborn Lemon Shark


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8. Unborn Polar Bears


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9. Unborn Snake


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10. Unborn Possum


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11. Unborn Bats


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12. Unborn Chihuahua


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How about we compare these 12 adorable baby animals to a human baby?



It’s simply amazing how unique each creature is and how most assuredly they are what they are even in their mothers womb. How anyone can look at these pictures and attempt to argue that an unborn baby is nothing but “a clump of tissue” is simply astounding.

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