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Thermal image at theme park shows unborn baby

A woman at an adventure park in Scotland had an unexpected surprise after a thermal imaging camera took a picture of her and showed an amazing image of her unborn baby too.

Fiona Petri was enjoying a day out at the Landmark Forest Adventure Park in Scotland with her partner and two sons when she entered the park’s Bamboozeleum. Filled with illusions and puzzles, mirrors and holograms, the gallery also had a thermal imaging camera.

When Fiona and her family stopped in front of the camera they saw a fifth member of their family on the screen – Fiona’s unborn baby. Fiona managed to take a picture of the incredible image which she sent to the adventure park..

Just as the rest of the family were lit up red and yellow by the thermal imaging camera, her unborn baby was lit up too.

A representative of Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Ross Coulter, told STV News “The image has proven to be extremely popular since we originally posted it with many people tagging their pregnant friends to encourage them to come to the park to try it for themselves”. Coulter added “We’re looking forward to welcoming lots more expectant mothers into the park over the next few weeks as they try to recreate the image”.

Ultrasound images have provided a ‘window’ into the womb for decades and allow mothers and physicians to see how unborn children develop.

Right To Life UK spokesperson Catherine Robinson said: “We have had the ability to ‘see’ into the womb for decades now. Thermal imaging technology highlights what we already know. Despite what abortion advocates may say, there is no doubt that it ends the life of a developing human being”.

Dear reader,

You may be surprised to learn that our 24-week abortion time limit is out of line with the majority of European Union countries, where the most common time limit for abortion on demand or on broad social grounds is 12 weeks gestation.

The latest guidance from the British Association of Perinatal Medicine enables doctors to intervene to save premature babies from 22 weeks. The latest research indicates that a significant number of babies born at 22 weeks gestation can survive outside the womb, and this number increases with proactive perinatal care.

This leaves a real contradiction in British law. In one room of a hospital, doctors could be working to save a baby born alive at 23 weeks whilst, in another room of that same hospital, a doctor could perform an abortion that would end the life of a baby at the same age.

The majority of the British population support reducing the time limit. Polling has shown that 70% of British women favour a reduction in the time limit from 24 weeks to 20 weeks or below.

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