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7 Amazing facts you need to know about identical twins

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7 Amazing facts you need to know about identical twins

-Adenike Akindude

7 Amazing facts you need to know about identical twins

7 Amazing facts you need to know about identical twins

Identical twins are wonderful children with so many attributes that make them somehow different from non-identical or fraternal twins.

 

Here are amazing facts you need to know about identical twins:

 

  1.       Identical twins don’t have the same fingerprints: despite the facts that a twin may be identical, look the same, talk the same way, have the same Intelligence level they do not have the same fingerprints.

 

  1.       Identical twins are mostly each other’s reflection: they become a reflection of one another because when they were in the womb, they develop facing each other. They have mirror images which mean they look like when you look at yourself in the mirror.

 

  1.       Identical twins love to do things together: identical twins love to do things together. Mostly, they love to be in the same class in school and another aspect is that they love to get married on the same day.

 

  1.       Identical twins may fall sick at the same time: identical twins are very attached to each other and may fall sick after each other. This happens because of the strong attraction between the both of them.

 

  1.       Identical twins think the same way: research has shown that identical twins think almost the same way as they have the same brain patterns.

 

  1.       Identical twins know what each other thinks: because identical twins have the same brain pattern, they can predict what each of them is thinking per-time. They can also explain each other’s feelings.

 

Identical twins can have different sex:  it seems strange that twins of different sex can be of different gender but research has shown that it is technically possible. This can happen when the egg did not split properly and a genetic abnormality occur.


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