'4D' images of unborn babies have helped scientists' understanding of their physical and psychological development in the womb.
Researchers took 60 scans of 15 healthy foetuses to create '4D' images - 3D scans that can be seen in real time.
Babies appear to learn about touch while in the womb and can predict, rather than react to, their own hand movements.
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