Living things need food in order to survive but the way that the bodies digest food can be different depending on the type of living thing that is being described. The human digestive system and the digestive system of the rat may have some similarities but one of the main differences are the parts of the digestive system. The rat does not have a gallbladder.
Instead, it has a rather big large intestine. The digestive system of a human being is one big tube but it will come with various parts that the food will go through so that the right food can be absorbed and the rest can be expelled from the body.
Many people think that their digestive system is the same as that of animals. However, some people may know or heard that cows have four stomachs, so their digestive system is different from that of a human being. The same can be said about the rat’s digestive system. Whenever you eat food, it must digest. Whether it is a human, a cow, or a rat, the food that these three things eat must digest.
However, there are differences between the human digestive system and a rat digestive system. The social digestive system has a large intestine that are many feet long and wrapped all up in the body. The rat’s digestive system has even larger large intestines than a human. Rats don’t have gallbladders.