Most of the time, birthmarks are small and inconspicuous. Sometimes, though, people are born with birthmarks that draw more attention. Whether it is the size, shape or where it is located, sometimes birthmarks can just be odd. Take a look at these 10 and see what you think.
This little girl has a hidden heart underneath her hair. Yes, it is a big odd, and when you look at it you want to scratch it off. However, it makes the young lady unique.
Kind Of AdorableMommyish
A baby was born with a birthmark over his heart. However, it wasn’t your regular run-of-the-mill birthmark. The mark was in the shape of a heart (and oh so cute).
Less than 3 percent of the world’s population has this kind of birthmark. In fact, this man, who is called Chimpanzee Man, went to doctors to figure out how to get rid of the fur covering his birthmark, but it continues to grow back (steadily).
Some birthmarks can be mildly adorable. This little girl was born with what appeared to be a clown’s nose on her face. The birthmark was operated on and she was given a nose that resembles her mother’s.
Some birthmarks can be practically debilitating, like in this boy’s case. What started out as a mole grew to cover the boy’s back, branding him “turtle boy.” However, he received a surgery that successfully removed the large growth.
Middle Of His HeadOddee
This young boy was born with a large birthmark on his face, right in the middle of his forehead. However, his parents worked diligently to correct it. Doctors implanted horns and stretched his skin so they could remove the mark.
Only six years old, Li Xiaoyuan had a small, relatively normal mark on her back. However, it quickly transformed into a thick, hairy “hide.” She may be suffering from a hereditary disease that causes moles to grow uncontrollably.
An eight-year-old boy was born with a birthmark that covered much of his face. However, as he has grown, so has the birthmark. In addition to the growth, the birthmark is covered in thick, black hair. Doctors are agreeing to waive treatment fees to remove it.
It’s A MapMommyish
This birth mark strangely resembles a map of Eurasia. Was it printed or mapped out?
Mr. Potato HeadMommyish
One person decided to add some comedy to their birthmark. The mark, which was actually pretty normal looking, was used as a basis for a tattoo of Mr. Potato Head. Clever!