What Are the Lobes of a Pigs Lungs?

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The lobes of a pigs lungs are the diaphragmatic, cardiac, apical and the intermediate. The intermediate is the smallest lobe and is found below the apex of the heart. The right lung is bigger and contains all four lobes. The left lung is smaller and is missing the smallest lobe, the intermediate.
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