Mummy-to-be: Pregnant embalmed body identified in Poland

Polish scientists says they have discovered the world's first pregnant Egyptian mummy while carrying out scans on the 2,000-year-old remains kept at the National Museum in Warsaw. The mummy was brought to Poland in the 19th century and became part of the antiquities collection at the University of Warsaw. It has been kept at the National Museum since 1917, where it is on show to the public alongside the sarcophagus.