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Trees are very important to our environment because, unlike humans, they take in carbon dioxide and excrete oxygenThe waste products excreted by yeast in the beer-making process actually add flavor to the beer.

Trees are very important to our environment because, unlike humans, they take in carbon dioxide and excrete oxygen.

When an owl eats a mouse, it digests all the meat, and then excretes the fur and bones of the mouse in a small hard ball.

Some doctors say vitamin pills are useless because most of the vitamins taken this way are simply excreted in the urine, rather than being absorbed into the blood stream.

Dirt and other toxins are excreted through your pores when you sweat.

The excretion of waste from our bodies is a continual process.

The house where the old lady lived with her 35 cats had a terrible smell of excrement.

Approximately 20 million kilos of dog excrement are deposited on the streets of New York every year.

Manure is the excrement of farm animals, and can be used as fertilizer.

Some animals excrete toxic substances through their skin to deter predators.

A person with poor kidney function often has trouble excreting excess fluids, and retains them in the body.

Clams take in water, filter out their food, and then excrete the extra water.

Sweat is part of our body's way of excreting toxins from the body.

Any drugs which enter the body are generally excreted by the kidneys, though small amounts may pass into sweat, saliva and breast milk.

When attacked, an octopus can excrete a dark, inky substance to confuse predators.


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