What animal species wins the award for being the dirtiest on earth?
Max a pooch wrote a hub about that. From a dog's point of view he points his paw at Homo Sapien. Do you agree with Max, or do you have another candidate for dirtiest animal species?
I agree with Max! Man is it's own worse enemy and everything else's to boot. It is too bad that we continue to trash the world we live in, especially since now we have information that tells us we should know better than to live this way.
Humans definitely create more waste than any other creature by far. However, the common rabbit is still the "dirtiest." I mean, they poop out their food and then eat it again. By some marvel of biological engineering, the organ that takes in all the nutrients is in front of the intestines, so nothing of value gets absorbed until it goes through the second time...and I'm supposed to believe in "Intelligent Design."
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