For a lot of us pregnancy is sure one of the most satisfying things that can happen in out family.
A new family member always brings happiness, joy, and excitement. And, all these positive things double up in case of twins. According to the Public Library of Science One, twin fetuses learn social skills in the womb and they seem to be wired to socially interact with others soon after their birth.
The video below shows twins playing in the womb, wrestling and apologizing to each other. After only several hours after their birth, they begin mimicking other people’s gestures, thus making social interactions.
The research emphasized that reaching out to other people is rooted in the human nature and socialization is obviously present in the womb. In the video, the baby on the left side appears to be more careful, whereas the other more dominant.
Take a look at the video below:
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