INCREDIBLE: 20 week scan gives new window to the womb
This short video, created by the iFIND project, shows a 24-second scan of a 20-week-old baby - who can be seen stretching, fiddling with the umbilical cord and turning its neck.
Using algorithms, magnetic fields and radio waves, the new-style scan creates extra-high quality moving footage. The entire womb is captured so parents - and doctors - have a really clear idea of what exactly baby is up to.
The film has been given to video parenting site ChannelMum.com to share with pregnant mums around the world.Cathy Ranson, editor of ChannelMum.com said: 'Scans are amazing as they help mums, dads and even other family members bond with their baby.
'There is nothing quite as emotional as seeing your unborn child moving inside you, and these MRI scans are taking images to the next level. They are truly breathtaking.'
Changing the debate?
The video shows a baby at 20 weeks - 4 weeks before the legal limit for most abortions. The Daily Mail reports: "The incredible detail reveals just how fully formed a foetus is at 20 weeks."
New report: One BILLION babies killed by abortion in 100 years
Since abortion was first legalised in the former Soviet Union in 1920, there have been over one billion babies killed worldwide, according to a new report by the Global Life Campaign.
The "Abortion worldwide report: 100 countries, 1 century, 1 billion babies" was launched at an event held by the Family Research Council, and co-sponsored by Human Life International, the National Right to Life Committee and Regent University.
100 nations, 1 century, 1 billion babies
The FRC gave background to the report's launch, saying "The Abortion Worldwide Report is the first to systematically track reported abortions in 100 nations, territories and regions, from as early as 1920 through 2015. The Report contains 4,915 country years of data, major findings, country abortion graphs showing the impact of authorisation, world maps, and a policy table for 196 nations. The principal authors are Wm. Robert Johnston, Ph.D., and Thomas W. Jacobson, M.A., who compiled the data and information in the Report over the last 32 and 14 years respectively."
"Greatest deliberate slaughter of human beings in history"
The report's authors said that the deaths represented "the greatest deliberate slaughter of human beings in history, far exceeding all wars".
One of the other major findings of the report was that when governments legislate for abortion, the number increases exponentially.