Curiosity: World’s Dirtiest Man

We shower, we bathe, we apply perfumes and deodorants. We’re cleaner and healthier than at any other point in human history.

So it may be surprising to learn there are 10 times more things living on you than cells in your body.

From the flora of our guts to the fauna on our skin and hair, this episode explores the wildlife park that is the human body in stunning, microscopic detail – combining the creativity of natural history filmmaking with the charisma of Discovery’s very own Mike Rowe.

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  1. A very cute and amusing host finds out he’s teeming with microbes of bacteria. It made ME want to run and scrub off in the shower. A fun little show that teaches a lot about our bodies and the things we can’t see all around us.

  2. Hey, Mike Rowe has a lot of stuff running, feeding, pooping and breeding and just having a hay-day running all over his body and just laughing their li’l buts off, because Mike…your are seriously hilarious and I’m sure that you have much more crawly, breeding things that are so hilarious living inside you that really make you what you are…seriously hilarious, but there’s something about you that really bugs me…Great documentary!

  3. omg! We all are disgusting 🙁

  4. our immune systems do monumental tasks no doubt

  5. Well.. I think I’ll go have a shower now.

  6. mike rowe you nasty