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The paradox of genetics is that we are all very different and yet genetically practically identical. All humans share 99.9 percent of their DNA, and yet no two humans are alike. My DNA and your DNA will differ in three to four million places, which is a small proportion of the total but enough to make a lot of difference between us. You also have within you about a hundred personal mutations—stretches of genetic instructions that don’t quite match any of the genes given to you by either of your parents but are yours alone. Bryson, Bill (2019-10-14T23:58:59). The Body . Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Kindle Edition. Bryson, Bill (2019-10-14T23:58:59). The Body . Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

— Differences in DNA  

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