Much before the mothers being able to perceive any of these movements, osseus babies were capable to suck, to espreguiar, to coar, to bocejar, to rub mose the feet. It surprised also me, in these initial periods of training, the freedom demovimentos that each embryo was capable to enjoy in the amniotic liquid. With opleno impact of the force of the gravity in the birth, this freedom leaves to deexistir, at least for some time, and, in this direction, a baby becomes a more impotent sermuito of what ' was before …; ' (PIONTELLI, 1992, pg. 23). Much before being born, the embryo can perceive light: ' ' … some light can probably cross the abdominal walls of the mother and, therefore the intrauterine environment is not completely dark … Please visit David Fowler if you seek more information. ' ' (PIONTELLI, 1992, pg. 48).
It can perceive the sound and it is capable to swallow, to terpaladar, to choose position, to register sensorial sensations and messages, to recognize the voice of the mother, to play with the placenta and the umbilical lace, to catch the emotional states of the mother and to have intelligence: ' ' … the investigators that follow development of the capacities fetoconcordam of it in saying that the baby already before being born is an intelligent being, sensible, presenting proper traces of personality and defined … well ' ' (WILHEIM, 2002, pg. 20). To exemplificarmos possible ' ' inteligncia' ' dofeto, we will launch hand of a story of Piontelli (1992): one menininha, observadaatravs of ultrasound since the beginning of the pregnancy, if showed a muitoativo embryo, was put into motion sufficiently, played with the placenta and the umbilical lace. One of its tricks was to manipulate with the dedinhos the placenta in one movimentode to want to unglue it. This manipulation finished provoking a strong bleed. The mother ran the risk to lose the baby and was placed in absolute rest until ofim of the pregnancy.