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As Sam is walking through the zoo, a chimpanzee named Clint who seems to have escaped its exhibit jumps on him.
Sam and Clint decide that they should visit Clint's home in Africa.
Once they arrive, they begin a conversation about how similar they really are.
You know, we aren't all that different. We share 98.5% of our DNA.
Woah, really? Then why are we so different?
It's because our cells have so many different parts in them. Even though we only have a 1.5% difference in our DNA, that's 3 billion base pairs in each cell, so we really have about 35 million trait differences in our phenotype.
Sam and Clint return to the zoo and Sam puts Clint back in the Chimpanzee exhibit.
That was really cool, thanks Clint!
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