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Draw a diagram of the human excretory system and label the various parts.
The human respiratory system has the following parts:
i. Kidney: The kidneys filter the wastes which is flushed out of the body as urine and excreta.
ii. Ureter: The ureters transfer liquid waste from the kidneys into the urinary bladder.
iii. Urinary Bladder: The urinary bladder stores the urine until it is finally discharged from the body.
iv. Urethra: The urethra is a carrier of semen (in males) as well as urine for the ultimate discharge out of the body.
v. Urinary Opening: The urine is exits out of the body from this opening.
Fig. Excretory System
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