Scientists say Russia's x-ray vision girl, who can see inside the human body, can also spot internal injuries just by looking at a photograph. The ability was discovered while she was in Japan undergoing a new battery of tests and correctly used her x-ray vision to see inside animals and people. The experts then asked her if her talents would work on photographs, and found that she was able to use her x-ray ability as if the subject was standing in front of her. Even if the picture was a small passport photo, the ability still worked, identifying a man with terminal liver cancer and another with arthritis. Reports about 17-year-old Natalia Demkina's x-ray vision had been treated with disbelief by scientists around the world. So far, tests in her homeland as well as in the UK and America, and now Japan, have been unable to explain her abilities. The latest string of experiments was carried out by Professor Yoshio Machi at Tokyo University, who specialises in studying apparent superpowers in human beings. Professor Machi said: "We did a whole range of tests, and the strangest thing was that we found she could also use her abilities on photographs, even on tiny passport photos. "She was able to look at them and apparently see what the problem was. Her ability is not x-ray vision, but she definitely has some king of talent that we can't explain yet."