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Meet the 'Black and White' Twins

by Savitha C Muppala on July 27, 2010 at 7:08 PM
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 Meet the 'Black and White' Twins

Twins hog quite a bit of attention, but this pair seem to be in the limelight for their uniqueness.

Kaydon and Layton Richardson are one, and probably the only such pair born to English-Nigerian mum Kerry, 32, Kaydon has taken after her while Layton got white genes from their father.


"You couldn't find twins who are more different," The Daily Telegraph quoted Kerry, from Middlesbrough, as saying.

Source: ANI


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