That would be bacteria.
Human feces (or stools) are produced by the entire digestive system.
80% body fluids including water and weight depends weither your endo/exomorphic (thin or fat), depending on your structure will depend on your bodily fluid weight
Typhoid Fever. Coming from drinking water contaminated by Human Feces.
They will eat human, dog feces etc. but it's not advisable to feed it to them if you will be using the worm tea and castings in vegetable gardens etc. for human feces it would be better to build a biogas digester and use the gas to cook with.
Yeast is a normal part of every bowel movement. According to doctors, it comprises around 5 percent of the weight of human feces and therefore, causes no problems in human elimination.
Typically human feces is 50-300 grams (2 to 10 ounces). Depending on diet , supplements and medications there could be variances.
The generally accepted mass of human feces is 1 gram for every 3 centimeters. That being said, this a an estimate and cannot provide a 100 percent accurate weight conversion.
Google [ leg weight percent ] gives me a page on netwellness.org, which says each leg is 10 percent. But it also gives a previous answer here on WikiAnswers of 14 percent, which agrees with an answer of 15.7% on Ask an Anatomist.
Human feces is composed of unusable food and million of bacteria.
The human body is 61.8 percent water by weight. Protein accounts for 16.6 percent; fat, 14.9 percent; and nitrogen, 3.3 percent of human body weight. Other elements constitute smaller percentages of body weight.Source: Rovin, Jeff. Laws of Order, p. 108.
Animal feces is called scat just to show that it is non-human. There are many other terms used for the term "feces" to show non-human feces. These are dung, droppings and spoor.
For the same reason human feces does - Rats are omnivores. If a human and a ratty both ate lasagna for three days straight their feces would smell the same.
Mostly...The human body is 61.8 percent water by weight.