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- If the gas molecules are either bosons or fermions, why the gas statistics is classical?

A gas of bosons or fermion particles follows a particular quantum statistics. Then why a molecular gas (say, H2) follows a classical distribution statistics? Is it not the case that the molecules should be indistinguishable one from another and be either bosons or fermions? What is exactly the condition which allows a classical statistics?