Semi-Identical Twins Are Rare, and Doctors Say They’ve Identified the Second Case Ever
You've probably heard of identical and fraternal twins, but a report published Thursday says there's a third kind -- sesquizygous twins or "semi-identical." Identical -- or monozygotic -- twins pop up from a single fertilized egg that eventually splits in two and forms two identical boys or two girls. They share 100% of their DNA.
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