That's One big Baby.

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A newly born giant baby boy rests with a baby of normal size in a local hospital in Xiangfang, Central China's Hubei Province August 10, 2006. The boy weighed 5.5 kg (12 pounds) and was 57 cm (1.9 foot) tall with 23 cm (0.7 foot) wide shoulders at birth. Doctors contribute the increase in the number of gigantic babies to a surplus in mother's nutrition.

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A "surplus in mother's nutrition"? Yeah, right. Most North American mothers get plenty of (or too much) nutrition, and they're not all popping out 12-pound kids! I think I'd keep looking for the source of that problem...
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