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 The first ever conjoined twins?

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The first conjoined twins?

Mary and Eliza Chulkhurst (1100-1134) (also known as the Biddenden Maids) from England. They are the earliest known set of conjoined twins.
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Why can't there be 3 conjoined twins?

Because usually when you have conjoined twins their side by side or back to back. So where would it go? But maybe its possible.
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Can conjoined twins be male&female?

Conjoined twins cannot be male and female. They are always the same gender, because they are from the same egg. They're therefore genetically identical. When it comes to conjoined twins, after fert... Read More »
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Who are more likely to have conjoined twins?

This anomaly can happen to anyone, it is not genetic.
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