4-month-old Australian baby tore millions apart with her hair

Boston Simich from the Australian city of Perth is just four months old and he has already become a Network star. The kid’s popularity was brought by his abnormally thick hair, writes Bored Panda.
People can’t believe such a small child could have such thick and long hair, says the baby’s mother, Tara Simic.

“Most people are in shock, they can’t believe all that mop of hair belongs to the son,” says the boy’s mother.

She shared a photo of her baby on Instagram and immediately attracted an army of followers.

Boston really surprises all passers-by. People don’t believe it’s her hair.

Boston already at birth could boast of having thick hair. Mom says the boy’s haircut went to his dad.

There are children born with a thin layer of hair. This soft, fine hair is called lanugo.

It is produced by the hair follicles of the fetus during the second trimester and keeps the baby warm in the womb.

Many babies lose their lanugo in the womb (around 32-36 weeks), where it is released into the amniotic fluid.

Other babies, especially premature ones, are born with their lanugo, which usually sheds within the first few weeks and is replaced by harder-to-see vellus hairs.

How do you love such a wonderful child? Have you ever seen something similar?

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