One baby is cute enough, but two at the same time? Well, it may be a little overwhelming for parents of twins, but the rest of us can’t get enough of fawning over tiny identical humans.

It’s no surprise, then, that the world has fallen in love with Daniel and David: two twin brothers born to Stacy and Babajide, who live in Lagos. Both Stacy and Babajide are black, but they got a big surprise when their twins came out looking non-identical.

Daniel was born with dark skin, just like his mother, father, and older sister. But his brother, David, has albinism, so his skin and hair are both lighter.

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The twins were born a year ago in February, and their similarities and differences have melted people’s hearts all over the world.

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We represent the YORUBA Tribe in western Nigeria…..

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The twins recently celebrated their first birthday in style.

Only 1 in 20,000 babies is born with albinism, so the odds of it appearing in a twin is extremely low.

These cuties add a lot of love to an already beautiful family.

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Happy weekend Fam🥰

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While we’d love for them to stay this tiny forever, it’s also going to be great to watch them grow up together!

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WoW 😮…., @fashionkidsnigeria

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