A baby born still in the amniotic sac has taken over the internet. This birth, which occurred in Spain, is remarkable for two reasons. First, the incident only occurs in 1 out of every 80,000 births. Second, millions of people who have watched the video now know exactly what a preborn child looks like inside the womb in the last trimester. The video has been viewed more than 20 million times.
The amniotic sac holds the baby during pregnancy and is full of fluid. It usually ruptures before or during labor, or is purposefully ruptured during a C-section. In this case, the baby was born via C-section moments after his twin. The medical staff gathered around to admire the child before cutting open the sac.
In the video, the newborn can be seen moving around inside the sac, receiving oxygen through the umbilical cord. As doctors open the sac, you can see the baby take his or her very first breath.
Pro-abortion groups like Planned Parenthood would argue that this child wasn’t a person until that amniotic sac was punctured. Yet there is no real difference between that child while in the sac and while out of the sac.