IS THERE CHANCE FOR TWINS WHO CANNOT BE DIFFERENTIATED WITH IDENTIFICATION?
The parts of the embryo, which breaks into two unexpectedly separate into individual fetal, grow and shaped as each separate child. Sometimes when the ovine egg does not divide into two, they grow in the uterus patched with each and children will be given birth patching with each other.
If the twins look like same, some of them have same gene. But the finger prints will be different. Researches reveal that there are chances for twins, to the women who are above 35 years of age.
There is a general belief that when one of the twins meet with an action, the other will also meet with the same action. But practically, each of them meets with different experience. For example, one of the twins may have chicken pox and have scarring in the face. Or, they may fall down and have scar in the body. Thus they may have some complex differences. Sometimes, the difference is easily visible and sometimes, it may not be visible. It is rare who are not having any difference.