This is the video that proves Argentina's 'miracle baby' is very much alive and kicking just a week after she was pronounced dead and put in a hospital morgue.
Doctors at Perrando Hospital in northeast Argentina, declared the 1lb 1oz baby, named Luz Milagros Veron, dead after she was born two-and-a-half months early, showing no vital signs.
Her distraught parents were issued with a death certificate while Luz's body was put into a wooden coffin which was placed in a morgue refrigerator.
But the same night, Luz's mother Analia Boutet insisted she saw her daughter's body. She wanted to take a picture on her cell phone as a memory, her partner Fabian said.
Miracle: The infant born about three months premature (file photo) was found alive and well though extremely cold after laying in the morgue's freezer for 12 hours
Overjoyed: Parents Fabian Veron and Anallia Bougue discovered their daughter was alive after insisting they see her body in the hospital morgue
She said: 'At first the doctors said that she was born dead, then said she had died shortly after birth because she was too small to survive.
'I don't know who is to blame, and I'm not thinking about it at this moment. The joy of knowing she's alive is covering every other feeling. I'm a Christian, and I believe this was a miracle of God.'
And she said that her daughter is 'getting stronger by the minute'.
The parents, who were going to call their daughter Luciana Abigail, said she will now be baptised Luz Milagros, which means Light Miracles.
Meanwhile, the Perrando hospital has suspended the medical staff involved in the birth while they conduct an investigation.
The hospital's director Jose Luis Meirino said: 'At the moment we have no explanation.
'The baby was attended to by obstetricians, gynaecologists and a neonatologist. They all reached the same conclusion, that this girl was stillborn.'
He said that hypothermia may have caused the baby to go into a type of hibernation, causing her vital signs to vanish completely.
Rafael Sabatinelli, health secretary for Argentina's Chaco province, called the case 'disgraceful' and promised a full investigation.
He said: 'Every member of the team that was involved has some responsibility, so they will have to answer for this.'