For some inexplicable reason a human gene may mutate that will result in the birth of what's a so-called 'Snake Baby.' The mutation can cause a skin disease called Harlequin type ichthyosis that might bring about a severe deformation of the physical features of the baby due to the crack of the skin which really seem like the scales of a snake.
Upon birth, the child might suffer a lot of pain since the breaking of your skin includes injuries and bleeding. The eyes are huge and are reddish in color making them seem like the eyes of 'aliens' that you simply can see in the films. In addition to that, they are also bleeding. The nose might be absent leaving only two holes in the place where it ought to be. The same happens to the ears. The mouth is curved and large enough to be called 'typical' for a new-born baby; it resembles the mouth of the snake, too.
The worst thing is, the newborn daughter or son has only a day or two to live. Serious bacterial infection is probable the cause of the sudden death or the failure in respiratory system. There are issues in-the internal organs of the infant making it hard to live.
The primary reported incident could be traced back since 1750 when a reverend in Charlestown, South Carolina was called to bless or anoint a dying child. He made a confession afterwards that he'd put up a tiny volume to help the family. and witnessed a pitiful creature that needs medical help
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While it was burdensome for medical science to handle such disease due to lack of research and services, the same situation happen in 1984 when a woman gave birth to just one more harlequin child. From the intervention of science, the child survived making her the earliest of all harlequin disease survivors--she is currently 26 years old.
Although, the others are skeptical about this, there are documentaries which can show that there were harlequin births. Actually, the reported cases may possibly reach around 400 cases of harlequin births, nevertheless, only a few survived longer and only one heir reaches still lives. and 26 years-old
Ichthyosis Vulgaris Infection is not merely a disease; it is a mutation of human genes. Ergo, age and race have nothing regarding it and everyone can have it. Even though, there are modern facilities to assist health practitioners recognize a disease such as this, the very thought of giving birth to some child scares all parents.