And what about goats as well. Because both sheep and goats chew there cud. How does the digestive system work?? Google won't come up with anything...
Researched - not copyrighted:
Chambers: reticulum - omasum - rumen - abomasum
Feed passes in to the reticulum and the omasum; special feeds such as grains may bypass the rumen altogether. After the first three chambers, food moves in to the abomasum for final digestion before processing by the intestines. The abomasum is the only one of the four chambers analogous to the human stomach (being the only one that absorbs nutrients for use as energy), and is sometimes called the "true stomach".
Hope this helps !!
Actually...it has 1 stomach...with 4 compartments...that's just a technical note :)
4! along with cows and goats!
It is a Ruminant- so Four.