Why does the right lung have three lobes?

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The right lung will have three lobes and the left lung will only have two. This is because room must be made for the heart to rest in the area of the chest where the lungs meet.
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The right lung has is larger than the left and has three lobes, while the left only has two. There right lung is bigger because the heart is located on the left on takes up more room so the left lung has to accommodate.
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