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One In Every 80,000 Babies Is Born Like THIS And It's All Caught On Video

One In Every 80,000 Babies Is Born Like THIS And It's All Caught On Video
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This baby is already the internet superstar.

Generally, a pregnant woman gives birth in a hospital for medical professionals to provide assistance. Likewise, the baby will come out of his or her mother's womb as it becomes introduced to the outside world.

But what if the baby was still inside a sac even after being born? Read on!

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This baby was still surrounded by a full amniotic sac when it was born.

Baby surrounded by amniotic sac during birth

This event only happens to one in every 80,000 births.

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It happened in Spain and the wondrous moment immediately went viral.

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Basically, the baby still had the membrane wrapped around the body.

On the other hand, the baby's twin was normally delivered. 

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If both of them were still in their amniotic sac, it would have been a bigger sensation.

The baby was put on a hospital table and the sac was still intact.

Baby surrounded by amniotic sac during birth
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However, the clear sac was already stretched as much as it could to contain the baby.

You can even see the umbilical cord inside the sac.

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The amniotic sac was clear and people could easily detect the blue umbilical cord.

Thanks to the umbilical cord, the baby was still able to get oxygen.

Thanks to the umbilical cord, the baby was still able to get oxygen.
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Without it, the baby might have already perished inside the sac.

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Both nurses and doctors were delighted to see a rare event.

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For them, they would only probably see such a childbirth once in their whole lives.

In a normal delivery, this amniotic sac gets broken during the process.

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If it isn't readily broken, it can be slashed using a scalpel in the case of a cesarean delivery.

The term 'water breaking' is used when the fluid inside the sac is released.

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So far, the video had already been seen by more than six million people. Watch it out!

What do you think of this rare childbirth? Share this with your family and friends!

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