We Are Not Monkeys We Are Children From Heaven

15 People Who Are Only Born Once in a Thousand Years. With the world population growing at the rate of 4 births per second, each with a solitary identity…But once in a millennium nature stuns the world by bringing some unusual souls… Let us learn more about the people who are only born once in a thousand years….
1 . Nsanzimana Elie 
The fortune of a 21-year-ola boy from the Southern province of Rwanda was once a laughing stock in his village has changed , thanks to well-wishers. Nsanzimana Elie was living in the jungle and because of his looks , he was the target of bullying in his village , with people calling him a monkey or gorilla . Elie , who was born in 1999 , is non-verbal and has learning disabilities .
2 . Abigail & Brittany Hensel 
Abby and Brittany, 25, have been called one of the sexiest Siamese twins. They are dicephalic parapagus twins, meaning that they are conjoined twins who each have a separate head, but share one body…and what a body! Right?
They have several separate vital organs: a separate heart, stomach, spine and spinal cord. But they share their arms, breast, ribcage and legs. They also have a reality show on TLC called Abby & Brittany. They both went to college and have B.A. degrees and are considered one of the most successful conjoined twins in the world.
3. Rumeysa Gelgi 
At 2 meters 15 centimeters (7 feet, 0.7 inches) tall, Rumeysa Gelgi has always stood out. Now officially recognized as the world’s tallest woman, she wants to use that record to celebrate differences.
The 24-year-old, who was confirmed this week as the world’s tallest living female by Guinness World Records, was born with Weaver Syndrome, a rare genetic disease that causes rapid growth among other abnormalities.
4 . Luna Fenner 
Ever since she was born in March 2019, baby Luna, the daughter of young couple Carol Fenner (35 years old, Florida, USA) and Thiago Tavares (32 years old) has had a large black birthmark on her face. Through skepticism, the dermatologist concluded that the dark spot was not cancer but merely a natural birthmark.
It is known that about 1% of babies are born with birthmarks, but with Luna’s shape, this rate is only 1 in 20,000. The cause of congenital melanoma may be genetic or other familial factors that have not been identified.
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