An Indian village has many more twins than can be explained

Twins in Kodinhi are surprisingly common Hemis / Alamy Stock Photo By Clare Wilson A small village in India is seeing an explosion in the number of twins born and no one knows why. Kodinhi, in the southern state of Kerala, now has one thousand twins in a …

Twins in Kodinhi are surprisingly common
Hemis / Alamy Stock Photo
By Clare Wilson
A small village in India is seeing an explosion in the number of twins born and no one knows why.
Kodinhi, in the southern state of Kerala, now has one thousand twins in a …
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