A Japanese company is paving the way in fetus statues
If you're looking for a way to remember your pregnancy — and raising the human being(s) you are about to give birth to just doesn't cut it in the commemoration department — a Japanese company named Fasotec may have just what you're looking for. Using an MRI scan and a special 3D computer program, Fasotec can create a one-of-a-kind physical mould of an unborn baby with a 3D printer.
3D printed baby statue
It's up to you whether the unorthodox item crosses the line between adorable and creepy, but if you're interested in getting your own 3D-printed fetus, you'll have to travel to Tokyo in order to have your scan done. Alternatively, you could save the cash and buy a few months' worth of diapers for your newborn when he or she finally arrives.
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