A 3-year-old chimpanzee: A recently conducted census of bacteria and other microbes living in the armpits of chimps, humans, gorillas and other primates is the first step toward understanding which microscopic organisms live on our skin – and how they help keep us healthy.
A 3-year-old chimpanzee: A recently conducted census of bacteria and other microbes living in the armpits of chimps, humans, gorillas and other primates is the first step toward understanding which microscopic organisms live on our skin – and how they help keep us healthy. Todd Feeback TMS
A 3-year-old chimpanzee: A recently conducted census of bacteria and other microbes living in the armpits of chimps, humans, gorillas and other primates is the first step toward understanding which microscopic organisms live on our skin – and how they help keep us healthy. Todd Feeback TMS