Watch: Baby starts walking minutes after being born. Video goes viral

In an absolutely rare video, you can see a baby starting to walk just almost immediately after being born. Don't believe us? Watch video here

How many times have you joked saying that kids these days are growing up too fast? The answer probably is a lot of times. You often come across stories or even real life scenarios where a 10 year old kid blatantly tells the elders “I am a grown up now!” Because for some strange reason kids seem to just wait eagerly to grow up and deal with the big bad world. They always seems to be in a hurry.

In one of the video that has been doing rounds on social media, you can see a new born baby walking on its feet just almost immediately being born. No we are not kidding.

Unless the child is born into the Superman or Indian superhero, Krish family it is extremely rare and nearly impossible that a baby can walk after being born immediately. Sure a child can take their first steps between 9-12 months, ideally a baby cannot walk until they 14 or 15 months. Hence, the authenticity of the video cannot be verified.

In the video, you can see the baby who clearly is in a super hurry to conquer the world walking on the bed as the doctor/nurse holds him. TBH it’s difficult to believe that a newborn who struggles to even open their eyes as an infant can start walking minutes after being born.

However, the identity of the child has not been ascertained as yet. The video posted by Facebook user Arlete Arantes on May 26. The video has obviously sent social media into frenzy as the video has been viewed more than 53 million times and have been shared 1.3 million times in a span of two days.

Don’t believe us? Watch video here:

Kids these days!

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