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By definition all spheres are identical in shape because a sphere is perfectly round. That's what "sphere" means. In the same way, all perfect squares are identical and all equilateral triangles are identical. Spheres might be larger or smaller, but the shape of all is the same because there is only one kind of sphere.

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