This x-ray shows the case of an unfortunate woman who happened to have a snake crawl into her vagina, slither through the fallopian tube, and out oast the ovary into her body cavity. It survived unknown for three days until the snake started eating her appendix.
Wtfff how …
But how do you not notice a snake crawling into your vagina ?
THIS IMAGE IS POTENTIALLY FAKE!
If you brighten your monitor, you can see the outline of a 90 degrees angle of a pasted image (slightly darker). Another telltale sign is the difference in definition of the snake vs the human body. The human body is in a much lower resolution compared to the snake (which the source website actually lists as an eel).
Using a technique to point out how many times an image has been re-saved (below), you can clearly see the supposed snake was originally not a part of the human body x ray. This technology is called a ELA (Error Level Analysis), which ” shows the amount of difference that occurs during a JPEG resave. More white means more change, and black indicates no change.
A real, camera-original picture, should have a lot of white, almost like noise, over the entire picture. As the picture is repeatedly resaved (not copied, but actually loaded into a program and saved again as a JPEG), high frequencies and fine details are removed. With each resave, more frequencies/details are lost until the picture cannot get any worse”