Twins may look the same to you and me. Same piercing eyes, same color hair. Although identical, a digital imaging system can spot minute differences in freckles, skin pores, or the curve of their eyebrows. One may be shy, while the other may be sociable. Discovering why identical twins differ despite having the same DNA, could reveal a great deal about all of us.
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