Which Human Body Part Has the Most Bacteria?

Answer

Bacteria normally inhabit the skin and mucosa- mucus membrane lining internal organs and cavities that are exposed to the external environment. Their population in these areas is mainly dependent on how much sugars they can find in these areas as a source of food. The mouth for example has got a lot of sugary food sources from remains of our meals and as such should have a relatively high number of bacteria. When bacteria populations exceed their normal ranges, usually due to poor hygiene, then disease can result.
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