Narrative - Feces Germs



Bird fossils tell us that species were alive hundred of million years ago, and in fact survived to today.

Germs rule world, and through bird we find the common flu passing to humans from bird feces, of all things. So bird feces cleanup carries some risks we might not expect. We know these "germs" as viruses, bacteria, protozoa, fungi and worms. We can see worms and their multicellular bodies. Some worms can be very long. A tapeworm can reach the length of a tennis court.

Virus: AIDS, chickenpox, common cold, dinghy fever, Ebola, flu, onto virus, hepatitis, Lassa fever, Marburg, measles, meningitis, mononucleosis, mumps, pneumonia, rabies, rubella, West Nile fever, yellow fever.

Bacterium: the body, plague, cholera, diphtheria, legionnaires disease, Lyme disease, meningitis, pneumonia, stripped infections (parentheses scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, invasive strep close parentheses, step infections, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, typhus.

Protozoan African sleeping sickness (trypanosomiasis), amoebic dysentery, malaria.

Fungus: athletes foot,candidiasis (thrush), ringworm.

Worm: anisakiasis, elephantiasis, guina worm, hookworm, river blindness, schistomomiasis, tapeworm, trichinosis

In the United States. Our experience tells us that viruses and bacteria remain our greatest concern. These germs cause the world's greatest plagues and pandemics. The protozoan and worm diseases remain problems in warmer climates in Third World countries. Poor sanitation, overpopulation, and poverty FOR the density of diseases caused by germs.

We know from sediment layers of rock called stromatolites in case scene about acient fossils. The ancient remains of bacteria that existed almost 3.85 billion years ago show up in these sedimentary layers of rock. It would take a long time beforre the first crime scene cleanup companies crawled forth in search of killer germs, about as long as feces cleanup companies took to enter the poop clean up market. Germs waited.




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