After ten years of recording, photographer Lennart Nilsson has captured the world's most beautiful photos on the process of child's birth. He spent ten years of his life to recording the growth of the human embryo. He has taken stunning photographs of a foetus by using an instrument called a cystoscope, which is a medical instrument used to check inside the urinary bladder.
He attached the camera with a light to that instrument and took several photos. He has covered the whole process of baby's birth in a photograph. These pictures taken by Lennart Nilsson of human embryo transformation will amaze you.
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The sperm will now go towards the egg.
This is the structure of the egg in which the sperm enters.
This is the most crucial moment when sperm is about to come in contact with the egg.
One of the 200 million sperm of father penetrates the membrane of the egg.
Sperm's point of view. The head contains all the genetic material.
After a week, the embryo migrates to the womb by floating through the fallopian tube.
After passing of another week, the embryo attaches to the wall of the uterus.
After 22 days the grey part which will become the head of the child.
After 18 days, the heart of the foetus begins to beat.
Foetus looks likes this after the completion of 28 days.
The foetus is now 9 millimeters long and it's possible to see the face with its mouth opening.
After 40 days, the foetus joins the loose surface of the uterus wall to form placenta.
Now, the baby is about to visible.
The eyelids are about to open and they will completely be formed in few days.
After 10 weeks, embryo starts to move hands to check the environment.
After 16 weeks the baby is clearly visible.
The lines of blood vessels are clearly visible.
At this stage, foetus can detect the sounds from outside world.
The baby is growing well and can sense.
24 weeks baby looks like this in the womb.
In a few months, the baby will able to see the outside world.
36 weeks have gone and baby is about to born in a month.