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Hi I am doing a fetal pig dissection and i need some help answering questions.

Should partially digested food be present in the stomach or small intestine of the fetal pig? Explain.

What is the importance of the rich bloof supply surrounding the small intestine of the fetal pig?

Thank you.

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