8 Creatures With Four Stomachs


The deer stomach has four parts. A deer's stomach has four "parts": the Rumen, Reticulum, Omasum, and Abomasum. Deer chew, swallow, then chew again.


Cows have four stomach chambers that aid with digestion. This is the Rumen, Reticulum, Omasum, and Abomasum. Each portion of a cow's big stomach helps it digest food and absorb nutrients.


Sheep have four stomachs which make up one large digestive system. Because of this technique, sheep regurgitate their chewed meal to chew, break, and digest it again.

 Sperm whale

Cachalots or sperm whales have four stomachs. But their digestive system is different from cows and deer. Sperm whales differ from other ruminants in their food.


Giraffes are ruminants, which means they have four stomachs that work together as one. Giraffes re-chew and re-swallow food to help them digest it.


Pronghorns also have four working stomachs. Their stomach organs let them re-chew and re-swallow food to further digest it. Pronghorns' digestive system lets them store and absorb energy from vegetation.


Naturally, moose eat low-energy vegetation. They store as much dietary energy as possible. Their four-chamber stomach lets them re-chew and re-swallow food, breaking it up.


Goats have four stomachs, like cows and the other ruminant animals on this list, to maximise nutrient absorption from low-energy plants and foliage. Goats regurgitate and re-chew cud to facilitate digestion.

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