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44-Year-Old Fetus Found Inside Elderly Brazilian Woman 44-Year-Old Fetus Found Inside Elderly Brazilian Woman

Doctors were left shocked and bewildered when they discovered a “stone baby” inside the womb of an 84-year-old Brazilian woman. The “stone baby” is an actual fetus that was a result of a botched pregnancy she had 44 years ago. …

3D Babies Appears To Be In Business, Will 3D Print Your Fetus For $600 3D Babies Appears To Be In Business, Will 3D Print Your Fetus For $600

In October of last year, 3D Babies wanted to prove that Japan wasn’t the only country producing creepy 1:1 scale 3D printed fetuses. It needed help in its quest though and took to Indiegogo to raise $15,000. It only managed …

3D Babies Takes The Creepy Crown From Those 3D Printed Fetuses 3D Babies Takes The Creepy Crown From Those 3D Printed Fetuses

Remember those 3D printed fetuses that were all the rage in Japan last year? It was a little creepy, sure, but at least it was a little endearing. A similar project from the U.S. is now seeking funding, but it’s …

The Japanese Are Still 3D Printing Fetuses The Japanese Are Still 3D Printing Fetuses
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We all thought it was over. The nightmares brought upon by 3D printed fetuses had just subsided last month, but Fasotec had to force its way into the news cycle once again with another story of how it 3D prints …

That 3D Printed Fetus Is Back Just In Time For The Holidays That 3D Printed Fetus Is Back Just In Time For The Holidays

Back in July, a Japanese company started offering 3D printed models of a fetus for expecting mothers. It was all kinds of creepy, but there must be an appeal there that I just don’t understand. Maybe a video, instead of …

Scar Your Children For Life With A 3D Printed Replica Of Them As A Fetus Scar Your Children For Life With A 3D Printed Replica Of Them As A Fetus

I love 3D printers. They can create all sorts of whacky objects that makes the 12-year-old kid in me extremely jealous. Of course, one 3D printed replication out of Japan would have horrified me as a child. Japanese company Fasotec …