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Xlie Tocci Tuvins. [Scientific American.] Probably the most remarkable of human twins that have ever ap proached maturity, are known as the brothers Giovanni and Gia como Tccci. They were born on July 4,1875, their mother being nineteen years old. Their moth e r 's maiden name was Antonia M< zzano. Their birthplace was Lucana, Turin, Italy. The same mother has had nine children, all strong and well. The twins are connected from the sixth rib down* wind, and have but one pair of legs and a siugle abdomen. The spinal columns are distinct until the lumbar region is leached. There they uuite at an angle of 130 degrees. The sacrum seems to be a single bone, They have two disimi stomachs, hearts, and pairs of lungs. The arterial and respiratory systems are quite dis tinct; the heart beats aud breath ing differing often in the two in dividuals. At the age of thirty days they weighed eight pounds, and in the next thirty-one days gained nearly three pounds. Their lives are distinct. 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They have -bright, intelligent faces, not of the peculiar cast common to cripples. They are educated and write their names as souvenirs for visitors. They are able to stand, but have not yet succeeded in walking, as each leg is governed by its own brain. The want of correspond ence has proved fatal to any at tempts in this direction, They can stand quietly, so that it is only a question of strength. At their home they spend much of their time on the floor, using their inner arms for the most part, crawling and tumbling about and thus get ting a certain amount of exereise. They can dress and undress them selves. Giovanni, drinks beer in considerable quantities, whilst Giacomo, not liking beer, drinks mineral water. Giovanni is quite fond of sketching and draws with some spirit. He rest the book or paper on his knee. Sometimes his brother, who is more of a talk er and more votile in disposition, finding some fault with the draw ing, will kick the drawing off his knee. 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