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What is a stomach of ruminant called?

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The stomach of a ruminant is called rumen.
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The ruminant consists of 4 stomachs, which are the Rumen, Reticulum & Omasum, & a true
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That is the abomasum, not the rumen. The rumen is where microflora secrete and create their own enzymes to break down plant material. These enzymes, such as cellulase, come from the
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In the first stomach chamber, the rumen, large amounts of food are stored and softened. For this reason it is the biggest of the chambers. After this step, the food is regurgitated
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