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The more generally accepted theory for conjoined twins is fission, in which the fertilized egg splits partially. so i dont think that what u said is possible. not seen this happening before..even the conjoined twins share same placenta indicating they originate from same fertilized egg.
The 2nd polar body contains almost no cytoplasm, so if only this body is fertilized it contains no maternal genes to guide the development and moreover not enough nutrients. So this wouldn't work. "Source" Moreover, there wasn't reported even any case of "twin" resulting from the fertilization of 2nd polar body according to this article There was reported ...
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