Producer Peter Chinn used a combination of dimensional ultrasound scans, tiny cameras and computer graphics to create these truly mesmerizing images. But lets face it… They are still a bit creepy.
He did this project for a National Geographic documentary that aired several years ago. Now mind that they are not actual photographs, this is digital images in what the unborn baby relatively accurately looks like.
It's July 2017, and when you type the words 'cat video' into YouTube, there are 90,000,000 hits. 90,000,000. That's more than one cat video every person living in Germany. It seems like an impressive number of videos – until, just as a comparison, you type in 'dog video' and discover that there are 141,000,000 dog videos. Suddenly the 90,000,000 cat videos don't seem quite as remarkable. And yet, cute as dog videos are, it's images and videos of cats that go viral. It's cats that cause the most hype, cats that fill our Facebook feeds – but why? Why do we enjoy cat videos and memes so much?
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This very smart chimp knows what he wants, and isn't afraid to ask for it. Zoo visitors got to see just how smart chimpanzee's are when one in particular saw a bag filled with drinks and bananas. You would think they want to banana, but the funny Chimp asked for the drink instead!
Watch what happened!
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