Apologies, but no results were found. Perhaps searching will help find a related post.
“Some species are so close to extinction, that every remaining member can fit on a New York subway carriage (if they squeeze)." Endangered species on a train by Mona Chalabi.
“The gut microbiome is a vast ecosystem of organisms such as bacteria, yeasts, fungi, viruses and protozoans that live in our digestive pipes, which collectively weigh up to 2kg (heavier than the average brain). It is increasingly treated by scientists as an organ in its own right. Each gut contains about 100tn bacteria, many of which are vital, breaking down food and toxins, making vitamins and training our immune systems.” From The Guardian.