Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
But, a human (or most other mammals) is a lot bigger than a bird.
It's always funny until someone gets hurt. Then it's just hilarious.
I should have mentioned my estimate is based on DNA per kg of body weight. The difference is probably even more than this because birds have much lighter skeletons than mammals do at the same body weight.
That is it if you take into consideration the whole number of DNA in the animal. Generally the length of the DNA molecule is used when you say more or less DNA
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