Wikijunior:Human Body/Stub Template

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What do Arteries, Veins and Cappillaries look like?[edit]

Have you ever taken a look at your wrist recently? Well if you have, you might have noticed some faint red and blue lines running across them. The red ones are called arteries. They carry blood away from the heart and transport it to the rest of the body. Meanwhile, the blue ones are called veins and they carry blood the opposite direction to the artieries - back from the rest of the body to the heart.

This is a very basic illustration showing what your arteries look like

This is a very basic illustration showing what your veins look like

What are the parts of the Stub Template?[edit]

What is the function of the Stub Template?[edit]

How does the Stub Template interact with other parts of the body?[edit]

How can you keep your Stub Template healthy?[edit]