- A kindergarten in the French village of Lavault-Sainte-Anne is half of twins. Of the twenty students in the class, there are ten siblings. The little ones keep apart is a challenge for the teachers.
One of the teachers, Michele Canova, gives twenty years teaching at the school. 'I admit that I find it difficult to distinguish. Especially the two youngest, Raphael and Gabriel, are hard to tell apart, 'Canova says to the French newspaper La Montagne.
The twins are the only kindergarten in the village, which only has about 1100 inhabitants. At the school are about a hundred children.