10 pints15 pints20 pints
According to the Red Cross.
Double the number of human cells10 times the number of human cells100 times the number of human cells
90% of your body is (by number of cells) straight-up bacteria.
Around 1 mlAround 3 mlAround 10 ml
Though tons of things can affect it, the average male ejaculate is 3.2 milliliters, based on a survey of 1,300 men.
Your faceYour legsYour intestines
That fella is Demodex folliculorum, a common feature of many human eyebrows.
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The oval one!
Pubic hair is a bit different from head hair! Instead of forming a round shape, the hair is oval.
11 square feet22 square feet33 square feet
22 square feet!
It would actually weigh around eight pounds on its own!
10 feet20 feet30 feet
There's a lot going on in there!
Up to 1.5 litersVia ThinkstockUp to 4.0 litersVia ThinkstockUp to 6.0 litersVia Thinkstock
Up to 1.5 liters!
Your noseYour digestive tractYour pubic hair
That's a crab louse!
AKA the STD crabs.
SweatThe waste products of bacteria munching on that sweat
It's the bacteria!
The sweat itself doesn't smell, but the chemicals produced by hungry, sweat-loving bacteria do!
Been that way since 1994.
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Less than 1%!
Most of the gases in your fart, like oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and methane, are odorless. The odor comes from a fraction of a percent that are mainly sulfur-based chemicals.
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