What animals are non-ruminant?

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Non-ruminants are also called "monogastrics"--animals with a single-compartment stomach. (Ruminant stomachs have four compartments.) Examples of mongastric animals are humans, primates, swine, dogs, cats, and even horses. There are several ways to distinguish ruminants from non-ruminant animals

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What animals are non-ruminant?In: Animal Life, Zoologists, Ruminants and Monogastrics[Edit categories]Answer:Non-ruminants are also called "monogastrics"--animals with a single-compartment stomach. (Ruminant stomachs have four compartments.) Examples of mongastric animals are humans, primate

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