. Heart of a crocodile is
A: Single chambered
B: Two chambered
C: Three chambered
D: Four chambered
E: Multi chambered
- A crocodile's heart differs from that of other reptiles in that it has four chambers, similar to that of birds and mammals.
- From the right and left ventricles, blood is pumped to the lungs for gas exchange before being returned to the body.
- The two types of blood do not mix in the heart as a result.
- Blood, on the other hand, is mixed as soon as it leaves the heart through a valve between the right and left aorta.
Final Answer :
Hence, the correct answer is option D : Four chambered.