Several days ago, Instagram user Artshub shared a video of realistic-looking "Avatar babies":
The video has been viewed by 2.4 million people, and disturbed many.
It then was reposted to Twitter and had a similar fate:
See social reactions to these creepy babies
Social reactions to 'avatar' baby
@sarah_bonita I don't really know how I feel about this🤔😂 it's cute but they're so wittle for all that😭
@sarah_bonita so these aren't real? https://t.co/vLdW6vCl3n
@sarah_bonita This whole time I'm seeing pics thinking they real babies & whole time they dolls ?! Bruh wtf kind of talent 🤔👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
@nazrul_nabila @RockzaDila_95 @sarah_bonita looks like sea creatures from outer space
@sarah_bonita Wow! What a beautiful set
@PrincessNaaizee @sarah_bonita i saw it, so precious😍
These babies are not real, of course. They are actually dolls by a Spanish company called Babyclon:
The odd-looking dolls don't come cheap -- they cost around $2,000.