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Scientists think they’ve found 1,952 new species living in our poop

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Scientists think they’ve found 1,952 new species living in our poopHealth

There's a lot we don't know about the microbiome.

Computers, poop, and years of research: it’s a combination leading scientists to an unprecedented understanding of the microbial communities in our intestines.
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