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Identical twin sisters spotted 'fighting' in womb during ultrasound in China

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Identical twin sisters spotted 'fighting' in womb during ultrasound in China

Identical twin sisters spotted 'fighting' in womb during ultrasound in China

A pair of identical twin sisters were spotted "fighting" with each other in their mother's womb in the ultrasound in northwestern China.

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Identical twin sisters spotted 'fighting' in womb during ultrasound in China

A pair of identical twin sisters were spotted "fighting" with each other in their mother's womb in the ultrasound in northwestern China.

The funny video, filmed in Yinchuan City in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region on April 8, shows the two unborn girls named "Cherry" and "Strawberry" respectively moving their hands like fighting with each other.

The mum can be heard laughing and saying: "Haha, look at their hands." The twins' father said they were nicknamed after their mum's favourite fruits and both were delivered healthy on April 11.




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