anonymous
  • anonymous
Do all animals have a circulatory system?
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shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you are talking about invertebrates, vertebrates, or animals in general? Quite a lot of invertebrates have no circulatory system at all. There are two types of circulatory systems, closed and open. Most vertebrates have a circulatory system. All mammals have a circulatory system.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If this is a general question, then the answer is yes, all animals (most of them) have a circulatory system, closed or open.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
All animals don't have circulatory system.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ha this is funny shakesqueer is getting his stuff from yahoo xD Trying to sound smart
anonymous
  • anonymous
:D XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
He's rewording it but yeah most of it's from yahoo and/or google
anonymous
  • anonymous
Most of this stuff you guys ask is Middle school stuff >.<

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