If two sets of identical twins get married (identical twin boys each marry identical twin girls) and each couple has a child, could the resulting children be identical?
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The Offspring would be twins but possibly not identical because science has prove n that DNA is not identical through identical twins and so is the fingerprints. . so if both of the couples pass their traits on to their offspring they would probably would look similar but not completely identical
scientists have proved that identical twins aren't fully identical because of the environment they grew up in but when first born they are the exact same
DNA makes you unique it gives you differences from others but if you have an identical twin you share your DNA, Right? no science has proven that identical twins may look identical but their DNA isn't identical
identical twins fingerprints aren't the exact same so there is another reason that they aren't completly identical
if the offspring of each couple would be identical twins then each couple would have to give the exact same genes as the other couple to the offspring for the mto be identical and their is a chance that different genes will be given