Why does this town have so many twins? – BBC News (Video)


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Cândido Godói is a village of 7,000 inhabitants in the south of Brazil that has a phenomenal number of twin births.
The rate is ten times higher than the national average, and no one knows why.
A team of geneticists have been working with the community for a number of years, sampling DNA and learning about families, in an effort to solve the mystery.
BBC News went to meet some of the twins and hear more about the village’s history.
Video journalist: Gibby Zobel

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  1. This is nothing, the number and percentage of twin births in igbo-ora in Nigeria astronomically dwarfs this town both in number and percentage.
    And has been Confirmed by Indian jornal of Human genetics, business insider, a study done by PLOS ONE, AFP, Los Angeles times etc all did different independent studies which all affirms this and more.