These two children do not resemble each other, but there is a unique connection between them. Many at first can not believe that these boy and girl – twins. Such a whim of nature seems truly magical.
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There is a 1 in 500 chance of giving birth to twins with different skin colors
Despite the fact that the probability of twins with different skin colors, eyes and hair is low, it happens. And even if you knew this scientific fact, you can hardly be prepared to face this phenomenon.
Judith Nwokocha, the mother of the twins who were born in 2016, was shocked: “I remember thinking the nurse gave me the wrong baby.” Well, no one can blame her.
Kachi has a rare form of albinism
Kachi has the 2nd type of Oculocutaneous albinism (HCA), a hereditary disease in which a person does not produce enough melanin (pigment). This affects his appearance, mainly changing the color of his eyes, skin and hair.
One in four children may experience this deviation if both parents are carriers of the albinism gene.
Despite albinism, Kachi is perfectly healthy
Except that her skin is more sensitive to the sun and the girl is forced to wear glasses because of her poor vision, Kachi is perfectly healthy.
Her mother is from Nigeria. She now works as a photographer in Canada and takes many photos of Camsi and Kachi’s everyday adventures.
Kachi and Kamsi are best friends
Naturally, it is difficult for others to believe that Kachi and Kamsi are twins. The fact that people on the street turn around to look at the girl doesn’t embarrass Judith at all. In fact, one of the reasons she takes so many pictures of children is because the mother wants to show her daughter how beautiful she is.
Judith speaks publicly about how happy she is to be a mom to these two wonderful twins. She claims that despite the difference in appearance, in many ways they are very similar and their connection is growing stronger every day.
The story of Kachi and Kamsi is a true confirmation that our differences make us unique.
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