Newborn baby boy weighs a whooping 7.39 kg and measures 57cm long

Newborn baby boy weighs a whooping 7.39 kg and measures 57cm long

- A New Zealand mother has given birth to one of the biggest babies in that country

- The baby weighs 7.39kg and is 57cm long

- Some say the baby is the next Jonah Lomu

A New Zealand mother has given birth to one of the biggest babies her country has ever seen.

The baby boy reportedly weighed a whooping 7.39kg and measures 57cm from head to toe.

He was born via cesarian section on Monday, May 8 at Wellington Hospital and is reported to be healthy.

Newborn baby boy weighs a whooping 7.39 kg and measures 57cm long

The newborn weighed a whooping 7.39kg

The newborn baby boy's parents did not wish to be identified. However, they said their first born son was also big and weighed 5.4kg at birth.

The also said they were shocked at the size of their baby, adding that they are both normal sized and are not tall.

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Newborn baby boy weighs a whooping 7.39 kg and measures 57cm long

In January, a mom in Melbourne, Australia, gave birth to this baby who weighed 6.06kg

The father said: "We are not that tall ourselves, so we are not sure where his size comes from."

Some online commentators have already called their baby the next Jonah Lomu, the legendary New Zealand rugby player. However, the parents are having none of it: "But we think he'll be a concert pianist."

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In January, another mother in Melbourne, Australia, gave birth to another big baby weighing 6.06kg.

However, the biggest ever newborn baby was born to a Canadian mother named Anna Bates, whose baby boy weighed 10.4kg.

Watch another baby breaking records in Australia recently in the video below.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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