Belly Button Samples

Never-before-seen life have been discovered in one of the most uncharted regions on the planet – the human BELLY BUTTON. Whether it’s a ‘inny’ or an ‘outy’ scientists from the Belly Button Biodiversity Project claim just 95 samples taken have reveled more than 1,400 bug types. Belly boffins at the North Carolina State University have said their finding show the bugs found are ‘new to science.’

Never-before-seen life have been discovered in one of the most uncharted regions on the planet - the human BELLY BUTTON. Whether it's a 'inny' or an 'outy' scientists from the Belly Button Biodiversity Project claim just 95 samples taken have reveled more than 1,400 bug types. Belly boffins at the North Carolina State University have said their finding show the bugs found are 'new to science.'

Never-before-seen life have been discovered in one of the most uncharted regions on the planet - the human BELLY BUTTON. Whether it's a 'inny' or an 'outy' scientists from the Belly Button Biodiversity Project claim just 95 samples taken have reveled more than 1,400 bug types. Belly boffins at the North Carolina State University have said their finding show the bugs found are 'new to science.'

Never-before-seen life have been discovered in one of the most uncharted regions on the planet - the human BELLY BUTTON. Whether it's a 'inny' or an 'outy' scientists from the Belly Button Biodiversity Project claim just 95 samples taken have reveled more than 1,400 bug types. Belly boffins at the North Carolina State University have said their finding show the bugs found are 'new to science.'

Never-before-seen life have been discovered in one of the most uncharted regions on the planet - the human BELLY BUTTON. Whether it's a 'inny' or an 'outy' scientists from the Belly Button Biodiversity Project claim just 95 samples taken have reveled more than 1,400 bug types. Belly boffins at the North Carolina State University have said their finding show the bugs found are 'new to science.'