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The bile secreted by the liver contains metabolized materials from the bloodstream, as does urine produced by the kidneys. The majority of solid waste from the digestive system passes through the large intestine where bacteria help extract materials such as vitamins, along with most of the water. The skin also excretes waste products in sweat, mostly urea and lactate from the muscles.

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The food you eat is digested and accumulates in the intestines. The small intestine is what the body uses to absorb the nutrition from the food. The large intestine is where "solid" waste (fecal matter) accumulates in the body. When the large intestine is full, you experience the urge to defecate. Within the rectum, there are two bands of muscles called sphincters. They are used to push fecal matter out of the body through the opening called the anus.

Liquid waste involves a different process. The spleen and liver are what breaks down toxins in the blood into chemicals the kidneys can process. The kidneys are what actually removes the chemical waste from the blood. They drain urine through tubes called ureters into the urinary bladder. There are muscles in the bladder which serve to hold the urine and to allow for pushing the urine out when relieving oneself through the process of urination. The urethra is the tube that carries the urine from the bladder to outside the body. The urethra is different between the genders. The female urethra exits the body below the clitoris, the sensitive part located at the top of the vulva. The female urethra plays no reproductive role. The male urethra is longer internally than the female urethra. It is routed through the prostate gland and seminal vesicles, allowing semen to also exit via the urethra. The urethra travels the full length of the penis.

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Solid waste is eliminated through the anus.

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Solid waste is released by the intestines through the rectum and anus.

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Through the urinary system as urine.

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How solid waste eliminated from the body?

Solid waste is eliminated through the anus.


In the pig where is the liquid waste stored until it is eliminated from the body?

The liquid waste of the fetal pig is stored in the bladder until it is eliminated from the pig.


What opening gets rid of solid waste in the human body?

The anus gets rid of solid waste in the human body


Where is solid watse collected in the body?

where is solid waste collected in the body


In the pig where is liquid waste stored until it is eliminated from the body?

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Why do wastes need to be eliminated from your bodies?

Because the waste in your body are toxic.


In the rat where is liquid waste store until it is eliminated from the body?

Bladder


What is the job of the rectum?

To hold solid waste until it needs to be excreted


What is eliminating waste?

Is when the materials move through the large intestine, water is absorbed into the bloodstream. The material is then moved from the large intestine into the rectum where waste materials are compressed into a solid and finally eliminated from the body through the anus.


Can your anus pop out of your body?

No. See the related question about a pink sock.


What is the fluid waste of the body?

Urine is liquid waste Feces are solid waste products.


Holds solid waste from the body?

the colon