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Pigs and Humans

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Rachel Eaton

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Similarities and Differences Between: Pigs and Humans
Jami Rance and Rachel Eaton
Respiratory
Muscular
Digestive
Different
Meet Voldepork
Gender: Female

Age: 115+ days

Length: a little over 300 mm
Citations
Humans and pigs have all the same muscles aside from leg muscles.
Similar
Different
Similar
Different
Circulatory
Similar
Different
Skeletal
Simliar
Different
Similar
Excretory
Similar
Different
Integumentary
Similar
Different
Pigs are quadrupedal(four legs) and humans are bipedal(two legs).
The gluteus medius is larger than the maximus for the pig but is the direct opposite for humans. The gluteus medius extends the thigh and abducts the thigh or moves away from the body. The gluteus maximus abducts(moves away) the thigh
Pigs have both the gluteus medius and the maximus just like humans
The size of Pigs hearts is WAY smaller than a human heart
A human heart is the size of a closed fist
A pigs heard is the size of the pit of an avocado
Pigs and Humans have all the same parts/functions of the heart
The veins and arteries in both the pig and human have the same job which is to take the oxygenated blood and get to the heart and the rest of the body. Its also to take the carbon dioxide rich blood to the lungs so it can then oxygenated.
Pigs lungs serve the same purpose and have the same function of human lungs
Pigs lungs are flatter
Humans lungs are much larger in comparison.
The pigs liver consists of 5 lobes and the humans consists of only 4
The pancreas has the same role
which is to release enzymes that
help break down proteins in the
body
The rest of the digestive system very similar and share the same roles
Large/Small Intestine, Rectum,
Gallbladder, Stomach, Pancreas, Mouth
Pig lungs
Human lungs
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http://faculty.college-prep.org/~bernie/sciproject/project/humbody00/Excretory/intro/main.html
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http://www.craighartbasso.com/a-brief-summary-of-the-circulatory-along-with-integumentary-system/


Both humans have very similar skeletal systems
The both have a jaw that is directly attached to their skull
Both have an expanded nasal chamber from the skull
Both have 7 neck bones
The only major difference is the placement and shape of the bones
Pigs walk on 4 legs instead of 2 like humans so naturally the bone placement would be different
Pigs are often smaller than most humans so the bones are smaller

In both humans and pigs it is made up of
Kidneys- Filter the waste and toxins from the blood and send the waste (urine) to the ureters
Ureters- Carry the waste from the kidneys to the urinary bladder
Urinary Bladder- Acts as a storage place from the urine. When the bladder gets full it expands and sends nerve signals that it needs to be emptied
Urethra- The place where urine exits from the body

There aren't any major differences aside from size in smaller pigs
Pig
Human
Made up of the same organs
Skin- protects the internal organs, nerves, and bones
Hair- Provide warmth and extra protection for the skin
Nails


Hardly any differences aside from size
Nails
Humans- flattened 'claws' used to protect the fingers
Pigs- used as claws and helps them walk

Extra Pictures of Voldepork
Her janky kidneys
Internal Cavity with organs intact
Internal Cavity without organs (aside from the heart)
Diaphragm
Pancreas
Voice box
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