Published on 13 Sep 2014 | over 2 years ago
A viewer who goes by the name “Click My Lips” just sent me a video that she claims shows the birth of a real live frog baby!
Man, what is it with all these babies that come into this world as part animal. Just last month I reviewed a video sent to me about a “snake baby.”
Snake Baby turned out to be a bit of hoax, which makes me wonder about this new frog baby video. is it real? or is it fake - thats what I want to know.
I did some checking around and learned that this baby was recorded with a cell phone in Nepal a few years ago. It had no neck, and the head was sunk into the upper part of the body. It had extraordinarily large eyeballs but there was no skull - and most of the brain was missing.
There was nothing about this event on snopes or Hoax busters, but there was a small comment that was posted on the original video that caught my eye.
It said that the baby was not part frog, but rather a human afflicted with a pregnancy disorder called anencephaly.
According to the Institute for Neurolical disorders, Anencephaly is a nueral tube defect that happens during embryonic development. The name of this disease originates in greek and translates to english as “no brain”
I showed the video to scientist at the Institute. Although he wishes to remain anonymous, he did confirm my suspicions.
Scientist -- I would say with 100% certainty - the baby in the video is a victim of anencephaly.
Based on this information, I am determining this baby is not an amphibian of any kind. Therefor the claim that this is a video of a frog baby is “FAKE.”
The baby shown in this video reported died a half hour after it’s birth. Because of the missing brain, it is believed to never gained consciousness or feel any pain.
And that my friends brings me to the question of the day. Do you believe there is such a thing as cross species birth between human and animal? - or is that just figment of demented imaginations. Leave me your opinion in the comment section below.
Are there real frog babies out there? Or are they just a victim of a tragic disease -- leave your answer in the comment section below