We're born survivors, in the animal kingdom humans are in no way left out in the game of "survival of the fittest". In dozens of studies every newborn that was placed on it's mother’s abdomen after birth had the ability to find their mother’s breast all on its own. The baby also decided when to breastfeed for the first time. Babies in these studies used their limbs in a slow but very coordinated way to crawl up and reach the breast where they latched on and were able to feed unaided. This amazingly wonderful and natural instinct is called the "Breast Crawl". Annually the "Breast Crawl" feeding method prevents up to 22% of infant deaths in babies below 1 month old in developing countries.