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    Siamese twins running around


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    WTF..........


    For God's sake let's get more info and help for them.

    that's extraordinary.

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    Then again, they don't seem to need much help.

    Stunning stuff.

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    The met in utero and have been inseparable ever since.




    Seriously, I doubt either would survive the operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    Then again, they don't seem to need much help.

    Stunning stuff.
    Not now but what about when they are 15? Or 50? It's going to be an awfully unusual life.

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    Those two are amazing.

    It's too bad they have to use their bare hands to get around on that filthy market floor. Mom should at least get them some little mittens or something to protect their hands.


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    Not now but what about when they are 15? Or 50? It's going to be an awfully unusual life.
    It will be indeed but not necessarily a bad one. Chang and Eng Bunker, famous conjoined twins, lived a full life as farmers, marrying sisters and having 21 children between them. They have around 1500 living descendants in the US.

    Mount Airy, North Carolina - Zip USA 27030, Feature Page - National Geographic Magazine

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    I always remember watching a documentary about Russian sisters who were attached at the top of their heads. One was much smaller and her sister pushed her around in a sort of trolley thing. They seemed happy, and had lived a long life.

    You read terribly sad stories about parents having to choose which twin to save, and which to let die.

    Those two look happy enough. But agree, they should have some protective gloves.

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