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Fake-News - "Australia - 600-Pound Woman Gives Birth to 40-Pound Baby"

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Fake-News - "Australia - 600-Pound Woman Gives Birth to 40-Pound Baby"

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The Fake-News: Australia: 600-Pound Woman Gives Birth to 40-Pound Baby

17 Pound Baby and 600 Pound Woman

Perth | A 600-pound woman has given birth to a 40-pound baby at Perth’s King Edward Memorial Hospital, a record breaking weight that could possibly make the newborn the largest baby ever born, reports the Western Australian Herald this morning.

The baby used in the fake article is a Russian baby called Nadia that was born in September 2007 and weighted 17 pounds. And, the woman is an American called Christina who was featured in the US reality TV program called "My 600-lb Life"

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