Kids You Won't Believe Exist

  • Published on:  4/13/2021
  • Kids You Won't Believe Exist

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    Children are a blessing to parents. Every child is born with their own uniqueness, but some of this uniqueness is striking and tends to awe the world. Today we’d love to showcase to you some of these amazing people. Here are ten kids you won't believe exist! Watch out for Deepak Paswan's distinctive feature!

    Bubbled as the most beautiful girl in the world, seven-year old Jare Ijalana photos we're shared on Twitter and Instagram by Mofe Bamuyiwa, a photographer in Nigeria. Leaving the world in awe with her natural beauty! Jare has a great dark complexion, piercing eyes, and bomb hair that compliments her photogenic nature with ease. Social media users were totally captivated by solo photos of the little girl that emerged in 2018. Her stunning photos have left netizens in awe with her striking beauty, scooping thousands of likes and comments since they went up. Her siblings Jomi and Joba who are models as well aren’t left behind; they’ve also posed for Bamuyiwa’s camera and featured on their family’s social media pages. The dazzling girls took the Internet by storm, their whole family was under the spotlights. Ever since their natural beauty became a hot topic amongst media outlets, the three Nigerian sisters became instant celebrities and Instagram influencers. Her promising modeling talent and beauty are almost unbelievable for a girl at that young. As Bamuyiwa, her photographer, said Jare has timeless portraits that will speak to her in adulthood.


    Tomas Dean and Whitney Meyer are the lucky parents to Kalani and Jarani and they’re from Quincy, Illinois. Meyer has been posting pictures of the adorable unique pair since they were born and their images have been going viral ever since. The outstanding duo portrays their parents most unbelievably: Jarani inherits brown skin from her dad, who is black, while Kalani has fair skin like her mother, who’s white. Despite their stark physical differences, their DNA is the same. Kalani and Jarani are dizygotic, scientific terms for fraternal twins.

    In this case, each embryo receives a different medley of genes from mom and dad. Because there are so many genes that control skin tone and eye color, even scientists aren't able to grasp all the potential ways they can interact. Where parents are of different races, the inherited genes for skin color can be distributed differently. In an interview, Meyer said that she considers the girls a symbol against racism and a sign to love everyone equally in that you can’t look at one and not love them both since they’re the same girl, just different colors. Love is indeed colorblind! Don’t you think so?


    Tessa Evans, from Maghera, Ireland was born with an extremely rare condition called congenital arhinia. A condition that can occur in only one in 197 million births with only 47 reported in medical history. With this condition, the baby is born without any nasal passages or sinus cavities, with no sense of smell. Grainne the mother discovered Tessa's condition at 20-weeks of her pregnancy through a scan.