Why are kittens in the same litter different from each other?

Every living organism in our nature is unique and cannot be repeated. In the process of reproduction, the mother’s cell merges with the father’s cell and one completely new cell is formed – the zygote. This process is accompanied by a random exchange of genes and chromosomes, which cannot be controlled from the outside. In a cat, during the process of ovulation, several small eggs mature, which are fertilized by several sperm. Ultimately, several kittens are born at a time, each with their own unique structure and characteristics.

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