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What does oxygen depleted blood mean?

The right atrium recieves oxygen-depleted blood from the body and passes it to the right ventricle.

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It is because the left ventricle pushes blood from the heart to all the organs and thus needs muscles to push blood along ..the right one only pushes blood to the lungs (shorter distance)

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