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Veins are very small tubes inside our body.

A vein takes blood to our heart.

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Inside our bodies, there are lots of different sorts of tubes.

There are some very thin tubes.

These tubes move things our body needs.

They move it to different places in our body.

Some thin tubes move blood.

Blood is the red stuff you see if you cut yourself.

It is pushed around in our body by our heart.

The thin tubes that move blood back to our heart are called veins.

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