My ancestry composition is different from my sibling's. Why is it so?

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Each parent passes down 50% of their genes to their children, meaning that some genes you inherited from your parents can contain information that your sibling might not have. Due to the random nature of genetic inheritance, your sibling may receive genes associated with a specific ethnicity while you may not.

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