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Mother Gives Birth To ‘Mermaid’ Baby Leaving Doctors Astonished

The mother admitted that she never had any scans during her pregnancy.

India had its second-ever ‘mermaid’ baby born with both the legs fused together. Sadly, the baby died just four hours after birth.

Mushuka Bibi, a 23-year-old woman from Kolkata, India, gave birth to a real-life mermaid baby, leaving doctors astonished.

The doctors were not able to identify the sex of the baby because of fused legs and an underdeveloped pelvis.

The case is the world’s fifth case of a condition called Mermaid syndrome or Sirenomelia, a genetic condition that affects only one in every 60,000 to 100,000 births.

During Bibi’s pregnancy, she could not afford to have prenatal checkups and scans. Due to this, she has no idea that her baby had a genetic deformity. In fact, she only learned about the baby’s condition when she gave birth.

A child specialist at the Chittaranjan Deva Sadan Hospital, Dr. Sudip Saha, said:

“I had never seen such a baby before. It is the first case of Sirenomelia in the state and second in the country. The baby had a normal formation in upper part of the body but below the waist, its legs were fused together. The lower part was not developed completely.”

Mermaid syndrome or Sirenomelia is an extremely rare genetic condition wherein the baby is born with anomalies in the lower limbs and lower part of the spine.

The infants born with the condition may have partial or complete leg fusion.

However, it would be dangerous for the baby to have this condition since aside from the fusion of the legs, the baby may have abnormalities in the gastrointestinal system, lumbosacral area, and genitourinary tract.

The condition is potentially-fatal because there are accompanying conditions such as spina bifida, an imperforate anus and heart problems.

Dr. Saha added:

“The parents are a labor couple and had not sought proper medication during pregnancy due to lack of money. Lack of proper nutrition and improper blood circulation to the baby from the mother can create this kind of abnormality in the fetus. Unfortunately, such babies do not survive.”

Watch how doctors treat baby born with “mermaid syndrome”:

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Porn Airs Publicly Through a Digital Billboard in Makati, Philippines

Drivers and passersby stopped dead in their tracks.

It was indeed a sight to behold in this business district where nothing can stop people from getting to their destination. But when there's porn playing on a huge digital billboard, even the busiest employees will stop dead in tehir tracks and wonder what the hell is going on.

A netizen in Makati, Philippines named Mulong Sermonia experienced a surreal moment at 2 pm; he was inside a vehicle when he saw a pornographic video playing on the digital billboard straight ahead.

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Are You Brave Enough For The Wall Of Death?

Riders hold on to the surface by sheer defiance of gravity and a death wish.

This is not your ordinary carnival sideshow. Imagine a pit created as a barrel-shaped or sili-shaped cylinder where cars and motorcycles drive VERTICALLY along the wall, holding on to the surface by sheer defiance of gravity and a death wish.

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Girl Dies As Mobile Phone Explodes While She Was Making A Call

She was in the middle of a phone call when she realized her battery was running low.

Over the past years, incidents of mobile phones catching fire, exploding or causing electrocution have dramatically increased. These spurred panic among mobile phone users.

In a recent incident, a girl died when her mobile phone exploded while she was making a call at her home in the village of Kheriakani, Odisha, an eastern state of India.

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