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Q: What is the term used to describe a developing baby after having a full set of organs?
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When a body organs are present what is the developing baby called?

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That is like making a baby smoke weed but worse since the fetus is developing new organs. They can also get addicted to it. Everything you put into your body they get as well.


Where does a developing baby get their food and oxygen from?

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A fetus is a developing baby.


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