Reptile Heart?

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Reptiles hearts have two atrias and a partially divided ventricle. It is thus dubbed a three-chambered heart. This results in partial mixing of deoxygenated and oxygenated blood as they meet in the ventricle.
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There are three chambers in a reptile heart. Crocodilians are Reptiles and they have four chambered hearts. It is debatable wether there are three or four, but for most it is 3.
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Crocodiles have a four chambered heart. The crocodile is the lone exception
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Both mammal hearts and reptile hearts have two atria, and they both have a pulmonary artery on the left, and the aorta on the right. The pulmonary artery carries de-oxygenated blood
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I'm sorry that I took so long...I had other things to do.... Heart size is proportional to body size in all classes of vertebrates except birds where it is proportionally smaller
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Reptiles have a unique three chamber arrangement. The non-archosaur's reptile three chambered heart consists of a two chambered atrium and a partly divided ventricle ...
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