10 Mind Blowing Facts About Twins
Hi friends today i’m sharing with your through the zarinews channel 10 mind blowing facts about twins, a most beautiful relation at universe.
Researcher in Italy observed 3D ultrasound video of twins and discovered that, at 14 weeks gestation, that twins began interacting with one another, the twins would reach for each others and at 18 weeks gestation would spend about 30% of their time in physical contact more importantly, the twins would touch each other’s eyes with the same care that they would touch their own which could mean that they understand treating another human being with care.
The Conjoined twins, Krista and Tatianna Hogan, are attached at the head through the thalamic bridge and it is theorized that the twins can taste and feel what the other eats and sees based on their physical connection Susan Dominus observed the twins and made observation of one twin who was turned away from the television, laughing at what the other was watching or the twin that hated ketchup attempting to wipe the taste from her mouth as her sister, who loves ketchup, was eating it.
Massachusetts has the highest rate of twin births at a whopping 4.5 per every live birth within the state. Researches believes that this has less to do that genetics and more to do with the fact that these affluent towns have more woman waiting to have children due to their career paths who later opt for reproductive assistance like in vitro fertilization .
Identical twins do not have identical fingerprints due to the fact that fingerprints are not solely caused by DNA. At conception, twins do have Identical fingerprints, but the sixth weeks of pregnancy, they are capable of interacting with their environment, specifically the amniotic sac, which has effects on the formation of fingerprints.
Different Birth Years
Catalin and Valentin are twins from Romania who do not share the same birthday. Catalin was born prematurely in December and Valentin was born in the February of the following year. This rare birth is attributed to a rare congenital condition in which their mother as a double uterus, one in every 50,000 women has the double uterus, but it is believed that this is the first case in which a woman was pregnant in both her uteri at the same time.
The Twin Gene
While the large portion of twins are born which reproductive assistance, a twin gene has been discovered. The twins gene causes a woman to hyper-ovulate which would result in more eggs released during ovulation, increasing the chance of having fraternal twins. However, there is no known twin gene for identical twins so it seems that fraternal twins are hereditary.
Rise In Births
Since 1980, the birth rate of twins across the globe has increased by 76%. This phenomenon is due, in part, to woman waiting until they are in their 30s to have children. The rise in multiple births may also be linked to fertility drugs and reproductive assistance which increase a woman’s chance of conceiving twins, But the likelihood of having Identical twins is still a 1 in 285 chance.
40% of twins develop their own language, referred to as autonomous languages. Scientists theorize that this is due to babies using each other as models in developing language skills. In other words, two babies raised alongside one another who are learning the same language will practice said language and develop their own that mainly consists of inverted words and gibberish. The “Twin Talk” will usually disappear once they have learned a real language.
Black and White Twins
Lucy and Maria Aylmer were born in 1997 to their half Jamaican mother and their white father. Lucy is the fair skinned, redhead while Maria is the darker skinned brunette. While twins being born as different races may be rare, it is possible, especially one of the parents is bi-racial, because twins do not always have the same exact genetics as one another. It is also rare, but possible, for twins to have different fathers.
Due to the nature versus nurture argument, twins who have been separated at birth have received a lot of attention from researcher over the years and the findings are eerie. The majority of separated twins have led similar lives even though they have never met and were raised in different environments for example, two male twin named James were separated at birth and adopted into different families. As children, they both had dogs named Toy, Loved math, and hated spelling. As adults, they both married and divorced woman named Linda and later remarried woman named Betty. Both had sons name James Alan and James Allen.