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Identical twin sisters holding hands. Genetically identical (monozygotic) twins arise when a single fertilised egg from their mother splits into two cells. These develop independently to produce two offspring. Although one twin is often much bigger than the other at birth, they are always of the same sex and look remarkably alike.
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