ans:Passing gas may be an indelicate matter for humans, but for at least one species, farts are a means of communication. Researchers have studied the farting habits of Atlantic and Pacific herring, which make high-frequency sounds by forcing air out of their anuses to "talk" to each other in the dark.the fact inciude in:
An average fart is made of:
9% carbon dioxide
1% hydrogen sulfide, the smelly part
100% original fart
A fart has reached the speed of 10 feet per second. This is 3.05 meters per second.
One person can produces about 0.5 liters of farts a day. This is almost 0.13 gallon.
These animals can not fart: The Pogonophoran Worm, the Jellyfish and the Coral and Sea Anemones. This is caused by lake of an anus.
as soon as i hear one im walking the other way
What you hear travels at the speed of sound.
What you smell travels on little cat feet and then jumps to your nose.
Two inhales and exhales before it reaches your nose.