Why is DNA so stable? Short fast 1 minute answer

DNA short article

DNA stability makes DNA a good document and evidence for research and forensic science.

The main bonding in DNA which renders the double helix structure so stable is that of hydrogen bonds. Between the complementary base pairs, hydrogen bonds connect the two strands of the helix. There are 3 H bonds between Guanine and Cytosine and 2 between Adenine and Thymine.