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Video: Conjoined Twin Girls Born in China

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

A Chinese woman gave birth last week to baby girls with two heads but only one body and one set of organs -- an extremely rare form of conjoined twins.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, it is a condition known as dicephalic parapagus, in which only one body develops. Because they share the one body, they cannot be separated.

While most of these cases occur in Southwest Asia and Africa, there have been a few born in the United States.

Here is video of the Chinese babies: