The process by which waste is removed from your body is a part of the digestive system. The food is broken down until all the nutrients are taken out.
I think you mean egestion?
Defecation or elimination is the process of removing undigested food (feces) from the body.
Toxins are removed in many ways ranging from sweat to urine and feces.
The process is called defecation.
feces and urine
Fertilizationthrough either feces or their decomposing bodies
Cecotropy is the process by which rabbits will reingest part of their feces by eating them directly from the rectum. Rabbits only ingest the soft "night" feces or cecotrophs. Hence the word Cecotropy.
Yes they do. Tigers are mammals and all mammals excrete feces. That is how their bodies get rid of what they don't need from the food they eat.
The large intestine
IF IT IS, then it because most of the water content has been removed.
Feces or fecal matter is undigested animal waste. All mammals produce feces from the food they eat. Feces is what is left over after the digestive process that the body couldn't use.
During the process, as much moisture was removed from the body as possible, along with most of the internal organs. This helped to slow down the process of decay.
waste food and toxins passed through there bodies
You're feces has the exact composition of the food you ate except with the majority of essential vitamins, fats, and carbs, and water removed.
Egestion or Defecation
Grass fibre, mucus and some toxins removed from the body
pacted in colon
Due to the nutriments being removed, undigested food and bacteria
The process of releasing feces through the anus is called defecation. If the food is hardly digested at all, the process of removing it is called egestion. Normally, feces forms in the large intestine, gets stored in the rectum, and is pushed through the anus.
Yes. All animals excrete some form of feces from their bodies.
Sediment is removed from its source through the process of Erosion.