What is the function of the colon in the grasshopper?
The function of the grasshoppers colon is to move the grasshoppers poop out of the grasshopper. The grasshoppers does not have pockets so the colon can also be used to carry things around like an ipod, phone, keys and grass. You know, grasshopper stuff.
Crickets do not have colons nor do they poop. They exercise more than grasshoppers because of this. If they don't burn the food in their stomachs they will explode.
The main function of the colon (main part of the large intestine) is to absorb the remaining water and electrolytes from the indigestible food matter, to accept and store food remains that were not digested in the small intestine, and to eliminate solid waste (feces) from the body. The colon is part of the large intestine, the last part of the digestive system. Its function is to reabsorb fluids and process waste in the body…