Quoting WhY bOtHeR:" What is the skull theory never heard of that one before."
In adults skulls there is a noticable difference in skull shape, which can determine gender in 92% of skulls found from skeleton remains. Using these differences it is sometimes possible to have a guess at what babies gender may be, combinig this with a good nub shot can often lead to good resultsclick to enter text
I've found that in about 80% of the u/s pictures I've seen posted over the years the skull could go either way, usually because baby was just looking slightly one way or anohter so throwing the pic out, but every now and then you get a perfect angled picture which heavily leans one way or the other. For me, if I see a skull with a deep slope from the eyebrows to the fore head, in a straight line, then this is what I call a lovely 'caveman brow' and is a strong indicator of a boy! The pic below, pic 1, shows the adult skull, a noticable difference in ski slope brow on the male!
So when looking for a boy, I look for the caveman brow if its super obvious or sometimes even if the forehead just looks very flat from eyebrow to forehead.
When I look for a girls skull I look to see how rounded in general it is, so a nice obvious semi circle from eyebrows to forehead, or even slightly more pointed at the fore head.
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