My twin daughters are a study in contrasts. They’re identical, or monozygotic, which means they developed from a single fertilised egg and share the same DNA. But that doesn’t mean they can agree on anything else. The music they like, the clothes they wear, and the subjects they favour in school are all divergent. They have completely different tastes, even when it comes to food. So while they may share the same DNA, I hardly think of them as identical.
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