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8/4/20
Crowning During Birth (Anaglyph Stereoscopic Red, Blue Glasses) - Medical Animation
 
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Crowning During Birth (Anaglyph Stereoscopic Red, Blue Glasses) - Medical Animation
Put on your red and blue stereoscopic glasses. This short animation shows a baby\'s head crowning and emerging from the mother\'s vagina during birth.

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