Babies With Grown-Up Teeth Look Terrifying

If you need a chuckle today (or a nightmare tonight), here’s a photo project you can check out. Scroll down to see why it’s a good thing that babies are born without teeth…

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

Babies with adult teeth look really creepy.

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20 thoughts on “Babies With Grown-Up Teeth Look Terrifying”

  1. Just you imagine that this could happen to your child. It is something that happens as you can see. But sometime it means these teeth have to be taken out, which can mean that they will only have one set teeth for the rest of their lives. I don’t think it’s at all funny or scary. It’s definitely
    a case of “Ignorance is Bliss”.

  2. I was born with 2 teeth, but they were extracted. I still got two more teeth over the following 12 years. So maybe it’s different for each person

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