How many stomachs do complex animals has?
complex animal have two stomachs
Animals with more than one stomach, such as pigs and cows, are referred to as "polygastric", poly- meaning many and -gastric referring to the stomach. The scientific term is called poly-gastric ("many-stomach), for example cows are ruminants, they have four stomachs (or one stomach with four chambers).
To anwer your question yes animals do have acid like humans we have stomach acids and so do animals they have stomachs too but questions like has a cow got acid and yes it does it may have 4 stomachs all the more acid for the cow i surpose so theres your answer yes animals do have acid. To anwer your question yes animals do have acid like humans we have stomach acids and so…
Animals with multiple stomachs are known as ruminants. Examples of these are cattle, sheep and goats. They do not actually have multiple stomachs, but stomachs which have a number of 'compartments'. The examples given above are characterised by having four distinct sections to their stomachs, although camelids (camels, llamas, alpacas, vicunas) have a slightly different arangement and are sometimes described as having three stomachs.
Bacteria in the stomachs of cows and other ruminants (animals with chambered stomachs) produce methane, a strong greenhouse gas, that the animals release mostly by burping but sometimes also by farting. Ruminant livestock (domestic farm animals), including cows and sheep, do release a significant amount of methane.
1) Methane is produced by vegetation that is buried and being turned into coal. The heat and temperature result in the liberation of methane from more complex organic molecules. 2) Methane is produced by bacteria breaking down organic matter in the absence of oxygen, plant material at the bottom of stagnant lakes for example. 3) Methane is produced when clathrates warm up. Clathrates are complex compounds of water and hydrocarbons, and many millions of tonnes…