How Do Lymphatic Capillaries Differ from Blood Capillaries?

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Lymphatic capillaries differ from blood capillaries in the way they are shaped. Also, blood capillaries carry blood and lymphatic capillaries carry lymphatic fluids.
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There are several ways in which lymphatic capillaries differ from blood capillaries. To begin with, lymphatic capillaries are larger in diameter than blood capillaries. Blood capillaries are red in color and therefore easy to see while lymphatic capillaries are colorless and so harder to see. Lymphatic capillaries have low pressure while blood capillaries have high pressure.
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