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30th Apr '16 3:58:06 PM erraticegomania
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* The twin sisters of the Baron Richmond in ''Literature/{{Twig}}'' don't ''initially'' appear to be this, until it's revealed there are actually ''two'' sets of twins, the younger ones living [[BodyHorror inside]] the older ones until they're let out to play.
22nd Apr '16 7:09:51 PM Gregzilla
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* Pollux and Castor are this in ''VideoGame/GodOfWarAscension''. Castor, the majority of the body, is the physical fighter and hides his brother, Pollux, who acts as a sorcerer once he has to.
* In ''VideoGame/LegendOfKorra'', [[spoiler:[[BigBad Hundun]] wants revenge against the Avatar for injuries to his conjoined brother, who is connected to his back]].



* [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20021108 There's a story here...]] (first panel)

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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20021108 There's a story here...]] (first panel)
6th Apr '16 9:18:54 PM spectertv
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** One "WesternAnimation/Treehouse of Horror" episode featured Bart's EvilTwin, Hugo, who had been separated from Bart at birth and kept in the attic. Hugo, having gone insane after being locked up in the attic his entire life, plans sew the two of them together again.

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** One "WesternAnimation/Treehouse of Horror" "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episode featured Bart's EvilTwin, Hugo, who had been separated from Bart at birth and kept in the attic. Hugo, having gone insane after being locked up in the attic his entire life, plans sew the two of them together again.
30th Mar '16 12:29:09 PM MsChibi
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* The "navel" part of a navel orange is actually an incomplete "twin" orange attached to the complete orange. This part is usually bitter, and so usually discarded.
24th Mar '16 8:31:56 AM RazorSmile
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* Hatchet Face from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' is a fusion of two mostly-dead parahumans, Oni Lee and Hatchet Face.
21st Mar '16 4:50:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''CatDog'' starred conjoined twins of a cat and a dog.

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* ''CatDog'' ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' starred conjoined twins of a cat and a dog.
18th Mar '16 9:04:40 PM Hossmeister
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14th Mar '16 6:32:00 PM JustKnown
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Conjoined Twins are a real phenomenon, and have been around pretty well forever. They became prominent in the 1800s, with the rise of carnival [[TheFreakshow freak shows]]; the most famous pair was Chang and Eng Bunker, the original "Siamese twins," who were connected at the sternum. Most of the examples below are taken from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conjoined_twins#Conjoined_twins_in_popular_culture The Other Wiki's page]]. For the most part they are complete enough to be easily separated, making them regular twins, or the parents decide to sacrifice one for a simpler or better life for the other which results in a single person, and there also exists the parasitic conjoined twin, which has additional limbs or organs, but doesn't have a brain of its own and is usually removed early in life.

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Conjoined Twins are a real phenomenon, and have been around pretty well much forever. They became prominent in the 1800s, 1800s with the rise of carnival [[TheFreakshow freak shows]]; the most famous pair was Chang and Eng Bunker, the original "Siamese twins," twins". who were connected at the sternum. Most of the examples below are taken from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conjoined_twins#Conjoined_twins_in_popular_culture The Other Wiki's page]]. For the most part they are complete enough to be easily separated, making them regular twins, or the parents decide to sacrifice one for a simpler or better life for the other which results in a single person, and there also exists the parasitic conjoined twin, which has additional limbs or organs, but doesn't have a brain of its own and is usually removed early in life.
13th Feb '16 12:11:57 PM bigmouth12349
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* Vocaloid fanfic ''Fanfic/RottingCamellias'' has Rin and Len as this, [[spoiler: although they weren't born that way ...]]
8th Jan '16 8:12:29 AM Doug86
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* Not biologically conjoined, but close enough; the "three-headed dragon" in the {{Redwall}} book ''Triss'' is actually three large adder siblings (two males and a female) joined by a mace and chain which looped around their bodies and was embedded in their flesh during an attack in their childhood. Since they lack hands, they couldn't untie it, and they were forced to grow up bound together, learning to co-ordinate their movements.

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* Not biologically conjoined, but close enough; the "three-headed dragon" in the {{Redwall}} Literature/{{Redwall}} book ''Triss'' is actually three large adder siblings (two males and a female) joined by a mace and chain which looped around their bodies and was embedded in their flesh during an attack in their childhood. Since they lack hands, they couldn't untie it, and they were forced to grow up bound together, learning to co-ordinate their movements.
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