BBC World Service – CrowdScience, Are humans naturally clean and tidy?


Answering your questions about life, Earth and the universe

From dumping raw sewage into rivers to littering the streets with our trash, humans don’t have a great track record when it comes to dealing with our waste. It’s something that CrowdScience listener and civil engineer Marc has noticed: he wonders if humans are particularly prone to messing up our surroundings, while other species are instinctively more hygienic and well-organised.

Are we, by nature, really less clean and tidy than other animals? Farming and technology have allowed us to live more densely and generate more rubbish – maybe our cleaning instincts just aren’t up to the vast quantities of waste we spew out? CrowdScience digs into the past to see if early human rubbish heaps can turn up any answers. […]

Source: BBC World Service – CrowdScience, Are humans naturally clean and tidy?

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1 Response to BBC World Service – CrowdScience, Are humans naturally clean and tidy?

  1. It depends. Thank you 🌍🙏

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