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At the foot of his deathbed, another monolith looms over his decrepit body, and he is transformed into a fetus in an amniotic sac, hovering over the Earth with his eyes wide open.
Her algorithm is based on gestational age; maternal risk factors, such as when the amniotic sac ruptured; and the infant's clinical exam.
When Griffin was in his mother's womb with his twin brother, Seahawks cornerback Shaquil, the amniotic sac wrapped around Shaquem's wrist.
And that's not to mention the baby in the portable amniotic sac, which also apparently lives inside Reedus' throat and gives a thumbs up at one point.
With an amniotic sac birth being so uncommon, one in a car must be even rarer.
The amniotic sac and the fluid inside it cushion and shield the baby during pregnancy, according to Time.
In fact, only one in 80,000 babies is born in its amniotic sac, according to the Daily Mail.
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