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The Golden Poison Dart Frog’s skin has enough toxins to kill 100 people.
Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin!
There are more lifeforms living on your skin than there are people on the planet.
Southern sea otters have flaps of skin under their forelegs that act as pockets. When diving, they use these pouches to store rocks and food.
Besides sucking our blood, mosquitoes urinate on our skin.
Sweat itself is odorless. It’s the bacteria on the skin that mingles with it and produces body odor.
Most of the dust underneath your bed is actually your own dead skin.
Frogs don’t drink water like we do, they absorb it through their skin.
Under their fur, polar bears have black skin.
Spermine, a powerful anti-oxidant originally discovered in human sperm, is said to diminish wrinkles and smooth the skin.
The World’s smallest poisonous frog is less than a centimeter long and its skin is 200 times more toxic than morphine.
The “old people smell” is actually caused by a chemical, called 2-nonenal, that old people secrete through their skin.
In an average lifetime human skin completely replaces itself 900 times.
If your stomach acid got onto your skin it would burn a hole in it.
There are more skin cancer cases due to indoor tanning than lung cancer cases due to smoking.
In 2005, A Chinese company used skin harvested from the corpses of executed convicts to develop beauty products for sale in Europe.
The tiger’s stripes are not only found on their fur, but also on their skin.
Starfish don’t have brains. Special cells on their skin gather information about their surroundings.
Cockroaches shed their skin.
Pilots and flight attendants are twice as likely to get skin cancer melanoma from higher exposure to UV rays.