Difference between Fraternal and Paternal Twins?

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There is no such thing as paternal twins. Fraternal twins are twins that formed from two separate eggs. Identical twins are twins that formed from one egg.
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Believe me, I've been asked this question so much since my twins were born I've gotten this one down by heart. Basically, twins fall into two groups: Identical (sometimes called Paternal
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In identical twins, she produces one egg that is fertilized and then splits. So in identical twins, they have the exact same set of chromosomes. http://www.webmd.com/content/article
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