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Which organ is NOT a part of the digestive system? A. Esophagus B. Gallbladder C. Kidneys D. Mouth
C. Kidneys is NOT a part of the digestive system kidneys are not a part of the digestive system. The digestive system made up of the organs in your body that process food, absorb nutrients, and dispose of waste. [ [ The kidneys are a part of the circulatory system. The circulatory system includes the organs that have something to do with blood. For example, the circulatory system includes the
heart, which pumps blood through the body. The kidneys make hormones and, more importantly, clean and regulate your blood. Kidneys keep all the "ingredients" of blood - salt, water, acid, etc.- in balance so that the body can function properly. Kidneys also help keep blood pressure stable. ]
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Gallbladder.

Organs that help with digestion, but are not part of the digestive tract, include the following:

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C. Kidneys.

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