Noah was photographed at Praia de Costa Hospital in Brazil last month by Jana Brasil who specialises in birthing photos.
In the photos he’s seen covered completely by the amniotic sac giving him a startling, alien-like appearance.
The sac serves to protect the fetus while it sits inside the womb, but in Noah’s case it failed to burst while he was born. It’s said to be an almost one-in-90,000 occurrence.
The photos have since been shared online.
His mum Moncyck Valasco said she “cried a lot” during her son’s birth.
“It’s an emotion that has no size,” she said.
Ms Brasil said the moment was “indescribable”.
“Last year I took photos of babies in the sacs, I have two awards,” she said.
“But nothing like the photo of Noah, it surprised me. I thought I had been through all the emotions, but he pulled a face and did a little pout.”
Gynaecologist Rafael Angelo Baggieri said Noah’s birth was en-caul.
“An en-caul birth occurs when the baby is born without breaking the amniotic sac, in other words, within a little house which shelters it during gestation,” he said.
Dr Baggieri added the special births occur in every 80,000 or 90,000 births and do not put the baby or mother at risk.
Noah was said to be healthy after the birth.
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