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  they are both biracial, when they were younger they looked exactly alike...now that they are older they look diff, but you can still see the resemblance See the source image


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Probably not identical.  One egg was fertilized by a white man, the other by a black man. Here is some info I found:

Indeed, medical research has shown that when a woman has sex with two men within the same ovulation window, it can result in bi-paternal twins, known as heteropaternal superfecundation.

Hilda Hutcherson, a clinical professor for obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia University, said fraternal twins come when a women releases two eggs during ovulation instead of one — and both eggs are then fertilized.

With bi-paternal twins, she said, each egg is fertilized by a different man's sperm.

Hutcherson said eggs can live up to 24 hours in a woman's reproductive system. Sperm, on the other hand, can live up to five days in the woman's body, she said.

So, Hutcherson said, it is possible that a woman could have sex with one man on Monday and have sex with a different man on Wednesday — and then when her eggs are released on Thursday, the two men's sperm living inside her could each fertilize an egg.

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they are identical twins...both parents are biracial aka black/white...the color gene in their parents DNA split into two and one is "white" and one is "black" when in reality they are both mixed but they don't look mixed


They don't look identical now for sure.  But I guess anything is possible :)


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