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All About Dung
A documentary about poop, really?!? This is no joke, although I must admit at first I thought it was. The History Channel presented a two-hour documentary All About Dung. Two solid hours dedicated to poop.
The crazy thing, it was fascinating! Never could I have imagined that dung had this many uses. Did you know the Eiffel Tower was created from weapons-grade elephant dung. That’s some strong poop and I’m not referring to the smell.
The host Monty Halls travels the world on the most peculiar dung adventure. He visits Oregon and discovers a deposit of human dung that is 14,000 years old revolutionizes when we first thought people arrived in North America. It proves people arrived here 1,300 years earlier than we had determined.
Batteries are made from dung in India and they hold housewarming rituals with sacred cow manure as good luck. Not my choice of air freshener, but to each their own. The amount of uses and discoveries that can are credited to dung is both humorous and shocking.
So take a moment to enjoy this documentary. I don’t recommend eating during it, but you could always grab a hot cup of java. Before you do though, keep in mind Monty will enjoy a cup as well, a cup made from poop. Again, I’m not joking.
“There is Currently Only a Trailer Available For This Documentary”Published on August 8, 2008 · Filed under: Biology, Environment