Bone Grubber

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This job is mostly done in the underprivileged areas or underdeveloped areas. These workers have the task to search disposed bones from butchers, junk heaps, and stockyards and offer them to merchants. A portion of the bones would inevitably be made into toothbrush handles, kids’ teething rings and other stuff. The portions of bones that are not made into consumer products are used as raw material in soap industry and fertilizers. Bone grubber’s job just brings that ewww feeling inside anyone who reads this.

Crime Scene Cleaners

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When dealing with crime scenes, the work isn’t just confined to the investigation by detectives and police officials. After the investigation, the real work starts and that is the cleaning of the dead bodies, blood, body parts and much more. This worst job is all done by the crime scene cleaners who use protective clothing and in the clammy costumes, they perform their disgusting job. How difficult it is to endure the odor of blood, rotten flesh and much more. They are specially trained on how to deal with toxic waste and the delicate disposal methods of waste too.

Orangutan Pee Collector

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We might have heard of many corporations working for the protection of endangered species but the work of an orangutan pee collector for the protection of orangutan species is inexplicably disgusting! Orangutans are fond of peeing on open spaces without any consideration of covering their waste up. Therefore, to check on their health status in jungles, pee collectors do their job. They lure them to urinate on them and then collect their urine in special bags. These samples are then tested to keep a check on this endangered specie.

Road Kill Removal Technician

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While we travel to our workplaces every morning, we often notice dead animals on the road which might have been accidentally shot by a vehicle at night. Well, to remove this carcass, we can’t just rely on the vultures. The smelly, distended dead bodies of animals have to be picked up by a community service worker. This worker is called the road kill collector. The work is to remove the filthy and smelly carcasses every morning and dispose them off properly so that it doesn’t cause any harms to the community’s health. Really messy but a remarkably sacrificing job for the betterment of the community.