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Where can you find diagrams of the external anatomy of a pig?

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Penn State Extension, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Food and Environment and the Veterinary Technician's reference guide are some of the places where you can find diagrams of the external anatomy of a pig. Diagrams on these sites are clear and well-labeled.

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Veterinary Technician's daily reference guide showcases diagrams of the external anatomy and the superficial muscles of the pig. Each diagram is labeled, is clearly drawn, and displays various parts marked with an arrow.

Penn State Extension presents the external anatomy of a pig in detail through the use of numbers and a corresponding name list for identification of the parts. To enjoy a clearer view, you can click on the diagram to zoom out. Penn State Extension also provides diagrammatic differences between the anatomy of a male pig and its female counterpart. The external anatomy diagram on this page lists 29 anatomical parts of the pig for readers to know.

University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Food and Environment showcases the anatomy of the pig during the various stages of growth and development. The diagram lists the parts with arrows pointing to them and also offers an unlabeled diagram meant to test the knowledge of pig anatomy to readers.

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