Who really cares anyway?

Don't worry too much about it, unless you really want to.

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The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a protected world heritage site. It 250-square-mile place made up of massive limestone obelisks riddled with jagged spears.

The park is so impassable and uncharted, in fact, that every time a team goes on an expedition there, they find approximately five new species. They’re literally tripping over entirely unseen life-forms.

For example:

This place is very difficult to explore however. The rocks are razor-sharp.

Here’s an example as to how inhospitable it really is

Steven Goodman and his team were walking on a normal, plain, flat path, when he turned his ankle just a little bit and stumbled. That’s all — he didn’t even fall all the way; just took a brief knee.

It took them two days to hobble back to a hospital to remove the limestone spike from his kneecap.

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What you see above is called a stone baby.
A lithopedion or stone baby, is a rare phenomenon which occurs most commonly when a fetus dies during pregnancy.
It is too large to be reabsorbed by the body, and calcifies on the outside, shielding the mother’s body from the dead tissue of the fetus.
The most bizarre part is that most mother may not even know about their stone baby. 
It is not unusual for a stone baby to remain undiagnosed for decades, and it is often not until a patient is examined for other conditions or a proper examination is conducted that includes an X-ray, that a stone baby is found.
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sixpenceee:

A follower suggested this to me!

What you see above is called a stone baby.

A lithopedion or stone baby, is a rare phenomenon which occurs most commonly when a fetus dies during pregnancy.

It is too large to be reabsorbed by the body, and calcifies on the outside, shielding the mother’s body from the dead tissue of the fetus.

The most bizarre part is that most mother may not even know about their stone baby. 

It is not unusual for a stone baby to remain undiagnosed for decades, and it is often not until a patient is examined for other conditions or a proper examination is conducted that includes an X-ray, that a stone baby is found.

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sixpenceee:

LOL!

I’m just waiting for when I’m 40 and still look like a teenager. Those will be the glory days