The intestines function is to absorb as much water and
nutrients from the food matter as it can
The large intestines function is to digest your food.
Well, fish have huge intestines.
the function of the large intestines is to remove the waste in your body
yes! they have intestines just like all fish , that is how they digest their food
solubility and absorbation
They are bigger than the small intestines. And they are vestigial which means that they are not needed in order for the human body to function correctly. To de-water the feces.
yes, it does a specific function.
The function of the fish gonads is reproduction
yes some fish have intestines up to 1 meter long
Your small intestines absorb the food and nutrients as well as the water you take in. You can not survive without most of it.
they mostly eat fish intestines but thier favourite food is fish bladder
So it can digest its food properly.
The same reason as you, to process the food they eat.
intestines...just a thought :)
Completing chemical digestion,absorption of nutrients
To digest the food and to produce feces.
involuntary movement as in food through the intestines.
they help to digest food in the intestines.
A fish has intestines that are used to digest its food in a similar manner to the digestive process of other animals.
the duodenum is the first curve in the small intestines. the function is to move food further into the small intestine.
the function of the eye of the fish is to see like us humans...
supports the intestines protects reproductive organs allows for movement
absorbs water and nutrients and feed them to cells
That is the function if the small and large intestines