No two individuals are absolutely alike in a population. Why?

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  1. No two individuals are absolutely alike in a population because DNA copying is an essential part of the process of reproduction. The process of DNA copying brings some variations which brings variations among individuals of the same species.

  2. Because there are endless possible interactions between accumulated genes from past generations and interplay with the current circumstances of the surrounding environment. It is impossible to re-create same conditions or mix of genes because personal characteristics and the world’s natural assumetry would not allow it, physically and mentally.

  3. No two people are totally similar in a populace because of varieties occurring amid the procedure of DNA replicating

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