It poops inside of your body.
No. They do not respire, metabolise, grow or excrete.
They "excrete" oxygen, which for them is a waste product. They "excrete" oxygen, which for them is a waste product.
they excrete a natural substance that humans excrete as well, this is called poo
the bladder excrete pee
Lungs excrete carbon dioxide and kidneys excrete urea and other substance
yes plants do infact excrete
plants excrete by giving out oxygen
Penguins excrete through their anus
lizards excrete uric acid
Many bacteria excrete urea.
Ferrets excrete to get rid of waste
Yes. All animals excrete.
They excrete by diffusion
All living things excrete.
yeast excrete CO2 after they undergo respiration.
giraffes excrete waste by the bowels and regurgitating
Lungs excrete carbon dioxide.
Yes they do. If you eat, you must excrete.
animals have to excrete to remove wastes from their body
Yeast excrete CO2 after they undergo respiration.
All living organisms need to excrete waste, as this is one of the characteristics of life. When they are alive, dragonflies excrete waste.
They excrete bile. "comment"- don't they create bile?
I think that some types of jellyfish dont excrete.
They excrete by using malpighian tubules and coxal glands .
They excrete faeces and uric acid from their cloaca.
sea otters excrete in water and on land
Tortoises excrete waste through their anus.
Usually, the human body will excrete wastes.
Lungs can not and does not excrete salts from its surface.
Oxygen does not excrete anything as it is not alive.; it is a chemical substance.
Arthropods can excrete bodily waste through different ways. Arthropods such as crustaceans excrete waste through green glands. Insects excrete their liquid waste through malpighian tubules.
POO you idiot its how all horse "excrete waste"!!!
Rats excrete waste in the same manner humans do!
Like any human would do, they just excrete it anywhere.
Neither marine nor freshwater fish excrete urine or urea; both marine and freshwater fish excrete nitrogenous waste products as pure ammonia.
Kidneys must excrete water in the urine so as to maintain homoeostasis in the body. The kidneys will excrete concentrated urine.
The 3 waste materials that the lungs are known to excrete include carbon. The lungs also excrete water and heat.
Sweat glands excrete sweat ( which is mostly salt and water).
The Amoebae excrete waste through a vacuole which is in there cells construction.
Tadpoles excrete ammonia and frogs excrete urea
Sorry but you can not make puffles excrete in club penguin.
The organs that excrete waste, are the skin, kidney and large intestine. In addition skin, liver, lungs, lymph nodes and spleen also excrete wastes.
Animals excrete a variety of substances through the excretory and respiratory systems. Three things they excrete are carbon dioxide, uric acid, and ammonia.
Yes, they do excrete quite a lot. But if they do it isn't a bad thing
crocodile excrete its nitrogenous waste through its cloacal opening
Yes, they excrete carbon dioxide, water, and feces just like humans do.
Excreting is basically getting rid of waste. So when you go to toilet you excrete that!
Plants take carbon dioxide and excrete oxygen.
Every living creature excretes somehow. So, yes, crabs can excrete.