Sonia Brown, left, with her boys Cameron, left, and Kyle and sister Sharon Harris and her girls Kayleigh and Paige, far right.
A rare genetic fluke means they both have one child with light hair and pale skin and another with brown hair and darker skin ‘The doctors said it was very unusual, but that it does happen.
People don’t realise they are twins at first, and although they are not identical, once I tell people they are twins they do see the similarities.
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Last month, the Daily Mail pictured another set of Birmingham twins, four-year-olds Marcia and Millie Biggs, who are also black and white, as they prepared for their first day at Osborne Junior School, Erdington.
Archaeologists say they've made a grim discovery in Siberia: the grave of a young mother and her twins, who all died during a difficult childbirth about 7,700 years ago.
The finding may be the oldest confirmed evidence of twins in history and one of the earliest examples of death during childbirth, the researchers say.
The grave was first excavated in 1997 at a prehistoric cemetery in Irkutsk, a Russian city near the southern tip of Lake Baikal, the oldest and deepest freshwater lake in the world.
The cemetery has been dubbed Lokomotiv because it was exposed in the base of a hill that was being carved out during construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway in 1897.
[8 Grisly Archaeological Discoveries] Because the cemetery is partially covered by city development, it hasn't been fully excavated.
All 101 of the bodies found so far at Lokomotiv were members of a hunter-gatherer community that roamed the area between 8,000 and 7,000 years ago.
It's rare to find transient hunter-gatherer communities who buried their dead in formal cemeteries, but archaeologists have documented this practice at several other sites in northeastern Asia.
Angela Lieverse, an archaeologist at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, studies these communities with the Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project.
In 2012, Lieverse was revisiting some of the bones found at Lokomotiv, which were in storage at Irkutsk State University.
The occupants of the grave in question had initially been interpreted as a mother, 20 to 25 years old, and a single child.