Siamese twins with two heads per body were born in Myanmar

Siamese twins with two heads per body were born in Myanmar

In one of the clinics in the city of Naypyidaw (the capital of Myanmar), doctors gave birth to a woman who gave birth to Siamese twins. The newborns are reported to look like one child: they have one body and two heads. Such data are given in a publication on the website of the country's Ministry of Information.

Siamese twins with two heads per body were born in Myanmar

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The agency even published a couple of pictures showing that the newborn has a very large upper body with wide shoulders and two heads, while the number of limbs remained the same. This happens only with the rarest species of Siamese twins, which are called dicephalus (two-headed). The ministry does not provide any other details about the newborns, indicating only that a 29-year-old local resident gave birth to them, the RIA Novosti agency writes.

It is noteworthy that the most famous pair of dicephals in the world at the moment are Brittany and Abigail Hansel, who live in the United States. At the moment, girls born with two heads on one body are already 30 years old. At the same time, two hearts, two pairs of lungs, two spines, one liver, three kidneys also fit in one body. In addition, each of the heads can control only one of the two hands.

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