If this girl ever has to ever experience one of those "ice breakers" they make you do in school or at new jobs she'll definitely have a "fun fact" to tell.
A baby girl was just released from the hospital after doctors removed her twin sister that was stuck inside her stomach. The newborn was born with her one pound, one ounce sibling insider her. Doctors call this medical condition "fetus infetu," and it is developed during the mother's pregnancy. At first, they couldn't figure out what was wrong with the child after repeated visits to the doctor. They eventually diagnosed fetus in fetu which is an abnormality which happens only in one out of every 500,000 births. The baby girl, who is due to be named next month, is said to be healthy after the surgery.