Oliver was born with Congenital Melanocytic Naevi (CMN) - or oversized moles or birthmarks. "Oliver is one of the fortunate ones. Some children are riddled with moles and even get them on their eyelids. "He actually has his on the top half of his back so it looks like wings.
The toddler who looks like an angel: Oliver, two, has rare skin condition that gives him 'wings' Every parent thinks of their own offspring as a little angel.
These wing-like markings start from his neck and end halfway down his spine. So what caused the unusual but beautiful mark on his back? Oliver was born with a rare skin condition congenital melanocytic naevi (CMN), a condition that causes moles and large birthmarks at birth.
Young toddler with birth marking that looks exactly like wings.
Humans can now grow wings due to a weird genetic mutation. ... the issue is, to use those wings, we would need chest muscles that stick out 6 feet from our chest just to flap…which adds weight, meaning wed need larger wings…and thus larger muscles to use them.
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