Differences between Ruminants and Non Ruminants?

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The difference between ruminants and non-ruminants is that ruminants have a stomach with four compartments,  and a non-ruminant has a stomach with a single chamber. The parts of a stomach of a ruminant are arerumen, reticulum, omasum and abomasum.
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