Why Is the Left Ventricle Thicker Than the Right?

Answer

The left ventricle is thicker that the right ventricle because it pumps blood to most of the body whiles the right ventricle only pumps blood to the lungs. Pressure of blood in the aorta is high so the left ventricle has to generate more pressure while in the right ventricle the pressure of the pulmonary artery is not as high.
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