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Part II In terms of similarities and differences between clones and humans, humans and clones are physically equal. That’s why clones can donate organs to humans. With the exception that clones cannot reproduce, they can’t have babies. In another point another thing about clone’s origins meaning who they are copied from is less clear. Clone students tend to believe that their origin is probably from the lowest class of human world, a pretty dismissive opinion about themselves. But the general view between clones and humans would be they’re generally speaking and physically equal. When it comes to talk about the clone students’ mentality, though Kathy and her classmates at Hailsham, are kind of exceptional as they’re living in this experimental project to see whether clones can
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