"They're miracles. A miracle is a word we've used from the day we found out we were having them," said Mrs Bateson.
The doctors were stunned to deliver conjoined twins with two heads, three arms, and two hearts. It happened on Monday, 28th of March 2022, in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
The family's expenses were apparently funded by an Australian charity outside of Melbourne.
They're craniopagus twins, which is a rare occurrence that only happens in 1 out of 2.5 million births. Both of them shared 1.6 cm of brain tissue, which made separating them very difficult.
Texan twins Ximena and Scarlett-Hernandez Torres were born with their waists attached to each other—sharing a bladder and a colon.
Lydia and Maya are the youngest ever conjoined twins to be successfully separated!
The two sisters were born sharing a liver and an operation had to be carried out to separate the two.
A pair of conjoined twins sharing one body were born in Bangladesh recently but sadly died due to heart failure just a week later.
Boy or girl; it does not matter—as long as the baby is healthy, we say. 10 fingers, 10 toes, two ears, one nose, two eyes… But what happens when your baby comes out with two heads and one body?