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WJLA, December 05, 2013

Photos of identical triplets, quads and quints

The chances of having identical triplets is about one in one million. Identical quads: one in four million! As for identical quints, one in 15 million. Check out these photos of rare, unique and always interesting identical multiples.


Identical Quints

The famous Dionne Quintuplets in New York in 1950. The girls, left to right, are: Annette, Marie, Cecile, Yvonne and Emilie. In 1938, the doctors believed the girls to be identical. Genetic tests done later showed that the girls were indeed identical.

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