Fetal Pig Lung Lobes?

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Each lobes in the lungs of a fetal pig do not have the same numbers. The right lung of the fetal pig have four lobes while the left consist only of three lobes. Fetal lungs have a firmer tissue as compared to its tissue after birth.
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