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Twins Who Are Different

by Claudine Zap
The term “twins” usually brings to mind two nearly identical people. But that’s not always the case. In rare instances, twins have been born with some unusual differences. Here’s a look at some extraordinary pairs. First, take James and Daniel Kelly, recently profiled by the UK’s Guardian. Born in 1993 to Alyson and Errol Kelly in southeast London, one of the boys is black and the other is white. James, who is black, looks like his dad, who is of Jamaican heritage. Daniel is white, like his mom. Normally, the genes would combine, producing two mixed-race children. But

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