Does Anyone Have the Same Fingerprints?
Fingerprints are one of the most important forensic elements that help detectives decipher between alleged criminals. Although there is a miniscule chance that two different individuals will have the same DNA structure, science and research still reveals that no two people, even twins can, can have the same fingerprints. It is important to collect fingerprint marks for proving murders, rapes and other crimes where the assaulter may have used his or her fingers. There may be a strong similarity between the fingerprints of blood-relatives, but they can always be visually differentiated under a magnifying glass.
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