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These Twins Are One in a Million – Okay, Ten Thousand. You Won’t Believe Their Miraculous Birth!

Jenna and Jillian Thistlethwaite are special. Not because they’re twins and not because they’re babies—though they are definitely those things, too! No, these two have something even more unique than that to brag about.

Actually, what makes these twins special is that their birth was one in 10,000. How so? The twins were mono-mono: monozygotic (identical) and monoamniotic (they shared the same sack and placenta). How often do you suppose that happens? Not very often. These two are closer than close in more ways than one!

So it’s no surprise that they bonded in a special way—to the point of being born holding hands. Now that’s really awesome.

You have to see what makes these twins so special—a bond of love that has to be shared! We’ve never seen anything like it!

See their incredible love, their incredible bond – and their incredible birth – in the video below!

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