You’ve probably heard that cows contribute to the greenhouse gas problem. And while some blame their flatulence, it’s actually their burps that are the real problem. Watch the video below from ACS Reactions to find out how their incredibly complex digestive system — which famously includes four stomachs — causes this, and what researchers are experimenting with to see if we can reduce the methane that gets emitted by livestock.
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