Is it true that there are more chromosomes in human cells than in cells of other animal species?

The number of chromosomes in different species is different. There are a huge number of animal species in which the number of chromosomes is greater than in humans. For example, in primates: common tupaia in a cage contains 60 chromosomes, large lemur – 66, different monkeys – from 54 to 72, canids in wolves, dogs, jackals – 78, in common carp – 10Y number of animals, the number of chromosomes, less than in humans: 38 in a cat, 44 in a dolphin, etc.

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