Pregnancy is the most beautiful thing for any mother, though it can be hard sometimes. Like humans, animals do get pregnant and give birth to their babies. That’s how Mother Nature rules all living things. But, animals experience their pregnancy in a very different way from us humans. Dogs and cats get pregnant for two to three months, while the pregnancy period of a horse lasts for twelve months. Some animals lay eggs, while others carry their babies inside their bodies, just like humans.
Apparently, there are many things about the animal kingdom that stay unknown to us. Studying the way different animals give birth is interesting, but seeing baby creatures before they are born is super cool. You may wonder how animals function pregnant, especially when they often carry more than one baby in a litter. Here are some amazing X-ray photos that can answer your question. Scroll down to enjoy.
#1 Let’s see what’s inside the stomach of a pregnant shark.
#2 Wow, sea turtles are baby-making machines.
#3 This is a pregnant bat
#4 Believing or not, a horse’s body can carry a baby foal weighing approximately 10% of their weight (about 100 pounds to 200 pounds or more)!
#5 A baby deer is waiting for the day it can meet its mother.
#6 X-ray of a pregnant dog
#7 This is the X-ray of a pregnant kiwi. Say “Hi” to her baby.
#8 Adorable baby snakes!
#9 This pregnant raccoon has quite a few babies in there.
#10 Waiting for the kittens?
#11 This is another pregnant cat.
#12 X-ray of a pregnant guinea pig is the coolest thing about animals I’ve ever seen.
#13 Here is another picture: