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The father of the twins was so amused after seeing the sight that his unborn girls seemingly boxing with each other. Then he filmed the video and shared on social media. The video from China got 2.5 million likes. The babies were born healthy via C-section and nicknamed as ‘Cherry’ and ‘Strawberry’.

Twins bring twice the happiness to their parents, but also the twice headache. And apparently from the start when they are sharing one womb, they started fighting. Though the video is so adorable that you don’t want it to stop. See the video below;

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In the trending video from China, two fetuses were seemingly kicking and hitting each other as their mother underwent an ultrasound scan at four months pregnant. The father of twins, 28-year-old Mr. Tao, said the footage was filmed by him he accompanied his wife to an antenatal check late last year in the city of Yinchuan.

Before the video went viral, twins’ father has never thought that his daughter would become the internet star, before being born. These two naughty girls got the nickname as ‘Cherry’ and Strawberry’ after their mother’s favorite fruits.

One amused viewer joked on Douyin: 'Whoever wins [the fight] can be the elder one when they are born.' Another one noted: 'They fight in [their mother's] belly, but will love each other when they are born'.

'We were so touched. The babies were so small and they knew how to look after each other. I believe they will live with each other in harmony when they grow up,' Mr. Tao told.

The twins were born as monochorionic monoamniotic, in-short Mo-Mo twins, it is one of the rare condition and the risky one. There are only 50 percent chances that the babies will survive after the 28-week mark.

However, these two fighter twins survived and born in a healthy condition, they know how to take care of each other.

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