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Foetus at 10 weeks, computer-generated image reconstructed from scanned human data. At this stage the foetus measures 5 centimetres in length. The left external ear (towards bottom right of the head) is now fully developed. The oval-shaped structure in the front of the face is the eye. The eyelids have developed and fused together. The left lung is yellow and the liver is red. The intestinal tract, seen below the liver, is white. The intestines have moved from within the umbilical cord (red tube) to the foetus' abdomen. The finger and toe digits have become distinguishable.
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