Thylacines no longer reproduce are they are now extinct. Being marsupials, the baby Thylacine joeys would have been no larger than about 2cm long at birth. Most of their development occurred in the female's pouch.
A doctor can only tell you that a baby was/is in the womb for too long.
Exactly 21 days in the womb!
Too long for comfort.
Adulthood may be defined as when an animal reaches reproductive age. Reproductive age in the Thylacine was believed to be about fifteen months. Note that Thylacines are now extinct.
A baby pig is in the mother's womb for 114 days, give or take 2 days. Pregnant pigs are also known as piggy sows.
because the baby needs time to produce and grow inside the womb.
semen does not cross into the placenta and has no effect on baby in womb.
hysterectomy is removal of womb which is where baby grows. No womb = no baby
baby poop while in the womb can cause infection in the lungs if the baby swallows it