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    ok please answer it :)

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    An austrian chemist named Georg Steinhauser has spent three years looking at the contents of his navel and others. He solved what bellybotton lint contains.He had analyzed 500 samples of lint to find out hte exact content of the lint.as he expected most ofhte lint was made up of cotton from peoples clothing, dead skin,sweat, dust and also fat.He also says that lint accumulates.teh hairs on your stomach tend to grow in a circlular pattern around your belly botton which act like small hooks, they grab and hold in contents.research suggest that lint has a purpose. It is nature's way of protecting your bellybotton frmo unwanted objects and germs.

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