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If one twin’s leg is touched, the other would feel it.
When they write, their mind is prompted to anticipate the next word.
But in the case of a set of craniopagus twins, which occurs in only one in 2.5 million births, they share neural activity because their skulls are connected.
In the case of 8-year-old Tatiana and Krista Hogan, twins born conjoined and connected at the tops of their heads, their mental processes affect each other.
There are nearly a dozen different types of conjoined twins, but one of the most commonly connected twins — thoracopagus twins — are attached at the upper portion of the torso.
They share a heart, making it nearly impossible to surgically separate them without one or both twins dying.
The life of a conjoined twin is complex, extraordinary, and emblematic of public intrigue, driving experts to want to pry into the intimacy of their lives and ask the questions: How do they feel, think, write, run, and engage in sexual activity?Unlike Tatiana and Krista, their sense of touch is limited to their half of the body.If you touched Brittany’s arm, Abby would not feel it.Sometimes a writer wants to include twins as characters but doesn't want to give them different personalities.They're just "the twins", for the most part, and even though they might have different first names, they're essentially the same character.