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Dark Matter 'Stars'

I'm aware that the Milky Way has a dark matter 'halo' around it, presumably a spherically symmetric distribution.

But I'm completely ignorant regarding the theories explaining dark matter... Is there any reason to not expect a star-sized object to also be made of dark matter?

I know they'll be extremely difficult to detect, but I'm wondering if it's even physically possible to exist.