Where Are Faeces Stored?

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Faeces are usually stored in the rectum up to the point when it is time to have a bowel movement. Rectum is situated behind the genital parts. The human rectum is roughly 12 centimetres in length.
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Feces technically is not stored, it is held in the Descending Colon until its is ready to be expelled.
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its in a tank, they dont randomly release it, they pump it out at the airport. Sometimes the tanks leak, but the airplane is going so fast that it doesnt fall to the grownd it just
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You should: collect your stool (faeces) sample in a clean container store the container in a fridge in a sealed plastic bag if you can’t hand it in straight away Collecting
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Answer 1. its in a tank, they dont randomly release it, they pump it out at the airport. Sometimes the tanks leak, but the airplane is going so fast that it doesnt fall to the grownd
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