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You can grow your own bacteria at home [Biology]
posted January 23 2013 13:12.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Well, i may indeed try this out one day. Not that i want to grow specific bacteria like e.coli and tetanus, i just want to see them grow. You can consider them as a short-term pets, like cats and dogs, only they do not poop on the carpet and they do not eat your shoes...



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