Obviously significant intestinal gas makes things unpleasant for the local environment if you happen to be sharing it! Two of the byproducts of flatulence, both human and animal, are carbon dioxide and methane, both greenhouse gasses. Additionally, hydrogen gas and methane are both combustible, and there have been occasions of colonic explosions during a certain colon procedure. However, livestock are still the primary culprits as far as having a negative impact on the environment through their “emissions”.
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