is the circulatory system the only transport system in a human body?

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or is there other transport systems
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You have MANY more systems in your body. For example, endocrine system (hormones), circulatory system, digestive system, lymphatic system, nervous system, respiratory system and the urinary system. These are all systems which transport/produce something.

Hope that answers your question.
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There's the lymphatic system too
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Just to note, the lymphatic system is part of the circulatory system!

The circulatory system is the best example, but most systems do some kind of transporting, respiratory system transports air for example, GI system transports nutrients, billiary system transports bile and pancreatic juice, urinary system transport urine etc etc, even the nervous system transports things called neurotrophic factors to muscle to stop them wasting away. You get the idea
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