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Answered 2016-03-14 01:50:32

That pair of organs is called as kidneys. They are placed besides your vertebral column in the abdomen. Kidneys filter about 180 liters of fluid per day. About 177 to 178 liters of the fluid is absorbed back. Rest is excreted as urine.

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Answered 2016-03-12 12:11:37

The organs of excretion of urine are the kidneys.

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Answered 2016-03-12 01:33:43

They are called kidneys.

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