does blood color different from inside and outside the body??

@jepoi17 (118)
December 8, 2010 12:29am CST
. . .according to some research shows that blood color are different when it is inside and outside the body. . . . .does it really matter about its color when it is inside or outside?
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@syoti20 (5293)
• Philippines
9 Dec 10
Yes blood color changes in outside its lighter.But inside the color are much darkened.
@buggles64 (2709)
• United States
8 Dec 10
The color of our blood appears blue, when you look at your veins. In reality though, our blood on the inside of our bodies is a deep blue/purple color. Once it hits the air it is red.
@pogi253 (1586)
• Philippines
8 Dec 10
The color of the blood inside and out is red. They just appear blue because the way of the skin refracts the light.
@Kapoios1 (83)
• Greece
8 Dec 10
The blood inside us is blue, but when it reacts with the atmosphairic air it changes colour.