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Firstly ,Heart pumps deoxygenated coming from body, to the lungs and then the deoxygenated blood turns to oxygenated inside the lungs and after that it comes back to heart . After this, heart again pumps those oxygenated blood coming from lungs, to the body parts .
So iIf there would be only one pump system then heart would be as hollow and all the deoxygenated and oxygenated blood would be mixed up inside the heart.
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