Siamese Twins Chang and Eng Bunker
Siamese twins Chang and Eng Bunker, born in Siam (now Thailand) in the early 19th century, were internationally renowned for their unique physical connection. Joined at the chest by a band of flesh, they toured the world as a captivating curiosity. The twins captivating audiences with their appearances in exhibitions and shows. Despite their extraordinary condition, the twins led active and independent lives. They even marrying and fathering a total of 21 children between them. Conjoined twins are a rare phenomenon where two individuals are born physically connected to each other at some point of their bodies. Depending on the extent of their shared anatomy, conjoined twins may face unique medical and social challenges, requiring specialized care and often captivating public fascination.