Chinese Village Is Home To 39 Sets Of Twins


They must put something special in the water in Qingyang village in the Jiangjin district of Chongqing. The village only has 367 households but somehow has 39 pairs of twins.


Although locals remain baffled as to why their village has a “twin phenomenon,” doctors have said that this could be due to women these days having easier access to fertility drugs and treatments than before.


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