Psychologists dealt with the question of whether siblings cause brothers and sisters to adopt traditional “gender-conforming” traits.
After spending 77 years and 10,000 miles apart from each other, moving video footage captured the siblings tearfully embracing.
“When we met it was a surreal moment. It still gives me goosebumps."
Their family was divided up at the end of the Second World War
The brothers, who live close to each other were stunned when they became fathers and uncles on the same day last month.
“I think I’ll probably be the oldest person to have a mountain named after me."
“He always says 'mine, mine, mine. Kody loves Noah and he’ll smile at him a lot and he giggles."