In the Womb: Multiples

In the Womb: Multiples

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National Geographic: In the Womb - MultiplesAdvanced technology, groundbreaking scientific discoveries about the beginnings of life, and computer animation all combine to detail how multiple siblings develop in the womb as the filmmakers at National Geographic explore the fetal growth of twins, triplets, and quadruplets. Detailed pictures of these different groupings in various stages of fetal development bring the earliest stages of life to the screen as never before.

In addition to shining a light on the amazing process of development a fetus goes through, it also lets one into the mysterious world of what it's like to actually be in there, and to be on the same amazing journey with one, two, or even three other companions.

One can't help but wonder how much these newborn multiples remember of their time in the womb, when they formed a bond like no other...

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Achems Razor
Achems Razor
8 years ago

Isn't evolution great!

Dawn C
Dawn C
8 years ago

Having had twins and then being a Surgical Tech seeing everything as it happens is amazing. Love my 6.2 and 5.9 boys!

Pam
Pam
8 years ago

I related to this. I had identical quadruplet daughters. They were born 3 months early...only one survived into adulthood. she weighted 1 pound 15 oz at birth and was 1-1/2 inches longer than a Barbie Doll.

Luscious
Luscious
13 years ago

It's REALLY hard to even think about watching an Abortion documentary after watching this !?

coyote03
coyote03
13 years ago

really enjoyed this one :)

Peeroette
Peeroette
14 years ago

@Charles B

What a wonderful attitude you have.

Charles B.
Charles B.
14 years ago

Simple miraculous!

We lost our set of twins early, but I got to see the two little lumps when they passed and each had two little cords. Kinda sad, but God has blessed us instead with two little lovely healthy babies (singletons), but I wonder what it would be like to a father of twins now?