the large intestines lead to the rectum. the rectum is the channel to the anus where waste is removed from the body. the anus is known as the but hole.
The end of the large intestines.
The correct order is stomach to small intestines, to large intestines to sigmoid colon to rectum to anus.
the large intestine absorbs water and starts to digest it and goes through the rectum
The rectum acts as a holding area in the large intestines where feces is stored until it can be deposited at a... more convenient time.
A toothpick that is swallowed can puncture the lining of the stomach, small intestines, large intestines, colon, or can damage the rectum.
It's expelled as feces through the colon, rectum, and anus
the rectum is located in the digestive system under the intestines.
Waste goes into the rectum.
It starts at the mouth then goes down the Esophagus, into the stomach, into the small intestines, through the large intestines and eventually into rectum and through anus.
The large intestines are located in the peritoneal sack. Inside, they start at lower right abdominal area, go up, across, down, across, and down into the rectum and anus.