Children are brought in this world to experience the best out of life and every opportunity possible. While reading this article, you may want to think… is it really the baby thing or the child-nature behind that strike the hearts of every normal human being?
Bizarre Birth Defects of the 21st Century
By MAG Villaflor
Children are brought in this world to experience the best out of life and every opportunity possible. Their smiles, their giggles, their cries and every childish act amazingly strike every normal and loving human being in this planet in a very positive and changing way. Many people think that some of the reasons why they acquire so much affection and intimacy from older people are their baby characters and physical perfections.
However, I personally have to disagree with that.
Children are automatically fantastic and loving in their own unique way minus all the baby characteristics they could possibly possess. In this discussion, the primary subject centers on the bizarre characters of different children from across the world. While reading this article, you may want to think… is it really the baby thing or the child-nature behind that strike the hearts of every normal human being?
Mermaid Syndrome: The Little Mermaid…Baby
Another rare condition occurred to the young sweet girl named, Milagros Cerrón Arauco, who was born from a poor family in April 27, 2004 in Huancayo Peru. The condition of Milagros is known as Sirenomelia or the Mermaid Syndrome, which is a rare congenital deformity occurring to 1 out of 70,000 live births and usually fatal within a day or two due to the severe complications. Fortunately, Milagros’s internal organs, including her heart and lungs, are in perfect condition; however, internal defects are severely affected including her deformed kidneys and single-tubule digestive, urinary tract and genitalia. Currently, Milagros is under her 10 to 15 years of rehabilitation with planned sets of reconstructive surgeries to rebuild her anus, urethra and genitalia.
Lobster Baby: Claw-like Limbs of Moises Chavez
From Andean village of San Jeronimo, Central Andes, Peru, the mother, Marisol Chavez, gave to a beautiful baby boy weighing 2.5kg and 33cm long, and a rare condition known as Arthrogryposis. The rare congenital disorder occurring among 1 out of 30,000 live births is also known as Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita. Baby Moises Chavez has been branded as the “lobster baby” due to its claw-like limbs resembling those from the lobster.