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Thursday, 24 November 2016

Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 418








22 comments:

  1. So where me and my twin fall put na, we are not identical.

    Hahahha Sweden, see what you caused.

    Lovely school

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  2. Different types of twins, I thought identical and mirror-image is the same, learnt a new one.

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  3. I love twins, I hope to have them some day...

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  4. Wow, wower, wowest!
    #1 I love identical twins, Lord, please give me twins or triplets
    #2 See confusion oh!
    #3 Justin "Belieber"
    #4 Octopus mating style still fresh inn my memory #itwouldhavebeenbestforsimenaijamen!
    Dope facts!


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  5. Octopus is such a creepy animal. Nice fact though.

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  6. Me love twins, I pray God bless me with twins (boys)

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  7. My fav...post

    life is worth living

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  8. Identical and mirror image are different ehn? Good to know. I want twins!

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    1. They are 'lo and behold'
      They are lovely.


      Nice facts Stella Kirk

      XHlrted P

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  9. So knowledgeable. I love learing new things! I remain a proud epistemophile that i always is.

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  10. 7 types of twins....OK nah,ve got one,another type is welcomed.

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  11. Human Body Facts.....There Are 7 Different Kinds Of Twins
    There are 7 different kinds of twins, categorized as: Identical, Fraternal, Half-Identical, Mirror Image Twins, Mixed Chromosome Twins, Superfecundation and Superfetation.

    Normally, except the first two kinds, others are known to be quite rare to occur. All these twins, apart from similar faces have some varied characteristics.
    1) Mirror Image twins
    These twins will often have “mirror images” of their features, such as hair whorls that run clockwise in one and counter clockwise in the other, a birthmark on the right shoulder of one and the left shoulder of the other, etc. There is no specific test for determining if twins are mirror-image. The determination is made by observation only.

    2) Half-Identical twins
    These are the type of twins who share half their genes in common (from the mother) and the other half different (from the two sperms). They share some features of identical twins and some features of fraternal twins and thus are called half-identical twins.

    3) Mixed Chromosome twins
    This occurs if two separate sperms fertilize two separate eggs which then fuse, producing individuals with different sets of chromosomes. Some have been identified to have more than one distinct red blood cell type and individuals who are both XX and XY (the sex chromosomes – XX being female and XY being male.) It is very rare, and less than 25 cases have been identified as yet.

    4) Superfetation
    Superfetation is the occurrence of another pregnancy during an ongoing pregnancy. It happens when there is fertilization of an ovule by a sperm cell while a conceptus is already present in the womb.
    5) Superfecundation
    Twins can have different fathers. One well known case was described in 1810 in the United States. A woman had both a white and a black lover, and she became pregnant and gave birth to twins, one white and the other black. Each twin had a different father. This is called superfecundation.

    6) Fraternal twins
    Twins that are male and female or have different blood types can easily be determined as fraternal. Fraternal twins can share many similarities in appearance just like any brother or sister of the same family.

    7) Identical twins
    Identical twins start out as genetically identical as they have the same genes. They are formed by a fertilized egg dividing into two separate individuals. They are always of the same sex.

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  12. Octopuses are so irritating!!!

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