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What is the longest part of the digestive tract of a fetal pig?

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Starts in the mouth and ends at the anus.
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I am sure there is an umbilical cord from the mother to the baby pig. The taste buds are exactly what it says, they help the pig taste things. As far as the other things, beats me
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Of course the answer is that food wouldn't go through a fetal pig's digestive system. The fetus gets all its food though it's umbilical cord from the mother. Any material that is
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