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  1. Body structure, character, and thinking.
    After all, they are twins, although they look the same, but they are different in reasoning and actions.Well, of course not always, but in most cases.
    And the clone, on the contrary, would repeat everything after its original.
    Here's an answer that even a third grader can understand.
    Not the answers given by fucking philosophers you don't understand.

  2. I think it's worth starting with the fact that there are monozygotic twins who were born from a single egg fertilized by a single sperm. There are dizygotic ones that were born from different ones that were also fertilized by different spermatozoa.

    Depending on when the cell division with monozygotic cells occurred, their similarity also depends. For example, if the cell divides in the first five days after fertilization, then such twins will still have differences, due to the fact that each such twin will have its own placenta. But if after five days, the placenta will be one, and the twins will be identical. This is an interesting feature.

    It is clear that the twins, who were formed each from their own egg, will differ in appearance, may be of different sexes and even different blood groups.

    But back to the monozygotic ones. In the case where separation occurs after five days, they will be so-called natural clones. They will have similarities down to fingerprints, blood type, hair structure, and so on. Although there is a point that their external identity may be mirrored. That is, for example, if one has a mole on the right cheek, the other may have it on the left, but in the same place.

    As for the characters, everything will depend on upbringing, interests, etc. It is often noted that in monozygotic twins, thoughts and fantasies are sometimes similar in certain aspects, which in itself is very interesting.

    Answering the question, the difference in clones that are grown from a human cell, if we do not take various possible failures in the process, will be exactly the same as in natural twins, that is, rather characters. Another question is that if natural clones are the same age, a laboratory clone is absolutely not a fact. I mean, if you grow a clone of an adult person. In any case, as far as I know, there is no technology to accelerate growth on such a scale yet. Although maybe I'm wrong and some secret laboratories have already developed a similar technique.

    By the way, I don't pretend to have an expert opinion at all; it's better to ask the geneticists. I tell you based on my not too extensive knowledge of biology, left over from college.

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