• Question: if conjoined twins share the same DNA do they still have 23 chromosomes or 46 since they're joined together?

    Asked by 356genp37 to Remsha, Oliver, Lisa, Fiana on 16 Nov 2018.
    • Photo: Remsha Afzal

      Remsha Afzal answered on 16 Nov 2018:

      Yeah they still have 46 chromosomes (23 pairs) because they have their own cells (as far as I know)