What Color Is Blood inside the Body?

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Inside the body, the colour of blood is red. In the arteries, It is brighter than in the veins due to the amount of oxygen it carries. The blood appears bluish when viewed though the veins that are under the skin.
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De-oxygenated human blood is NOT blue. Blood in veins is NOT blue. Human blood is ALWAYS red regardless of whether it is venous or arterial blood, regardless of whether it is oxygenated
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The color of blood always remains within the red spectrum (bright
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When blood is oxygenated in the lungs, it is red. This red, oxygenated blood is pumped by the heart through arteries to different parts of the body. You can't see these arteries,
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Though veins appear blue, blood is actually a deep red!
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Blood is red because it contains red blood cells.
Blood inside the body is red with arterial blood being brighter while the venous blood being darker. Blood vessels have a bluish appearance through the skin but the blood is not blue.
Blood has a red colour while both inside and outside the body. This red colour is attributed to a substance known as haemoglobin. Blood is comprised of a liquid part known as plasma, platelets, and the red and white cells.
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