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Bobby blood cell’s big adventure

Blood cells grow big and strong by eating the oxygen bubbles (air) that you breathe in and by drinking the water that you drink into your body. Your whole body needs oxygen to be strong and healthy. Blood cells carry the oxygen bubbles (air) to all the different parts of your body. They take the oxygen bubbles to your arms and fingers, legs and toes, heart, and brain.

When you breathe oxygen (air), it goes in through your nose and down into sacks in your lungs. The blood cells take the oxygen from the sacks and carry it to the rest of your body.

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