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Where do boogers come from?


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boogers are basically dried out mucus. Our bodies make mucus, a slimy substance that is mostly water, to trap tiny particles of diseases (like a cold virus) and environmental irritants (like pollen and dust) and keep them from traveling down to our lungs.

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boogers are basically dried out mucus. Our bodies make mucus, a slimy substance that is mostly water, to trap tiny particles of diseases (like a cold virus) and environmental irritants (like pollen and dust) and keep them from traveling down to our lungs.

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