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MRI Scan Catches Twin Babies Fighting In Their Mother's Womb

Babies seem to be already wired to interact socially with other humans soon after birth. In fact, research reveals that it's deep into human nature to reach out to other people, and that socialization is already apparent while still in the womb.

As you will see in the video below, the twins are moving in their spaces, and it looks like they are wrestling and then apologizing. The baby on the right seems dominant, while the baby on the left side seems more careful. The one twin is kicking the other, while the other is kissing him on the forehead.


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