What is a cow's respiratory system like?

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The respiratory system of the cow is very similar to a human's respiratory system. The cow has two lungs that are located in the chest and they are surrounded by bony ribs. The air is inhaled through the nose and mouth, down the throat, to the larynx, and finally down to the lungs. Carbon monoxide is exchanged for oxygen and the carbon monoxide follows the same path, in reverse, and is exhaled back out into the air.
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