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Do apes and humans share 99% of DNA or 99% of genes? What is the difference?
I made an answer on the Scifi.SE that can be read here. It is about how the characters in the story Jurassic Park might have gotten DNA for all the species shown. In my answer, I said this: Apes ...
Jul 8 '13 at 21:35
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