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Circulatory system

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FC: By Rex Gentry | Circulatory System

1: The circulatory system consists of the Heart Arteries and Veins. This system is responsible for moving the blood though the body.

2: Blood flow starts in the right Atrium of the heart then moves to the right Ventricle

3: From the right Ventricle the blood travels to the lungs where it is where it gets oxygenated. Then the blood goes back to the heart.

4: The circulatory system consists of the heart, arteries and veins. This system is reasonable for moving the blood though your body. | The blood returns from the lungs to the left Atrium of the heart. Then the blood goes to the left Ventricle, from there it goes out to the body.

5: From there the blood flows to the whole body where it take oxygen to the organs in the body. Then the blood flows back to right Atrium.

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