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Giant Baby Girl Born In Karlovac

One of the heaviest and longest baby girls on record in Croatia was born in the town of Karlovac yesterday, reports Mrzenica radio station.

The young mother shocked doctors in the Karlovac hospital when she gave birth via cesarean section to a baby girl weighing 5310 grams and measuring 58cm. Staff at the hospital said that they could not remember a newborn girl as heavy or long in all their years in the job.

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