Pregnancy is one of the nicest things that can happen to a family. It brings excitement and joy, and this doubles when twins are the case.
The Public Library of Science reports that twin fetuses develop their social skills while inside the womb, and they are purposely wired to socially interact with each other before and after the birth.
This video caught these twins playing in the womb, wrestling and then apologizing to each other. When they were a couple of hours old, they mimicked the gestures of the people around them and interacted socially.
The conclusion of this research is that it is deep in human nature to reach out to other people, and socialization techniques develop even in the womb.
It was also discovered that the behavior of twins can also be examined during the period when they’re still in the womb.
In this video, the left baby seems more careful, while the one on the right is more dominant. You can also clearly see some kissing and kicking as they interact with each other.