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Twin Town

Here's a party to get geneticist's googly-eyed: a whole town in Ohio, called Twinsburg, held a festival earlier this month in which two thousand sets of identical twins descended on the city for a long weekend of twin-ness, Amy Nordrum writes in The Atlantic.

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