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FLORIDA CITY, FL - OCTOBER 12: Zaditza Silveira is reflected in an ultrasound machine as she takes images of pregnante mothers at the Birthing Center of South Florida October 12, 2006 in Florida City, Florida. Some reports say that this week the human population of the United States will reach 300 million. The excess of U.S. births over deaths accounted for about 1.7 million new Americans between 2004 and 2005, according to official figures. Another 1 million were added by immigration. The United States will remain the world's third most populous country after China and India. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A teen mother went in for an ultrasound to determine the gender of her baby and was met with a terrifying glimpse of her bundle of joy. 

Iyanna Carrington, 17, was assured that the image of her baby was perfectly normal. The baby girl that stared back at the expectant parents looked more like a wolf-child than a baby.

“I’d never seen anything like it. I was going to see whether she was a boy or a girl. I love this devil baby so much already,” wrote Carrington on the caption of the ultrasound picture she posted on Instagram, “I said, ‘she looks like a ghost’ in the doctor’s office and the doctor said ‘yeah, that’s very [normal]’. She looked a bit crazy.”

Iyanna Alston

my weird ass daughter bra most babies hide from the camera look at her demon mfn ass bra????????????????????????????‍♀️????????‍♀️????????‍♀️????????‍♀️ she was looking normal then when we found out she was a girl they put it back on her...

Hopefully, we’ll get a look at the baby after birth to confirm that all is well. Were you shocked at the look of your baby after birth? Tell your story.