Why are the major arteries often located deeper into the body cavity than the major veins?

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Ibn A. Share
Mar 7, 2018

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Arteries have high blood pressure.

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Due to the high blood pressure of arteries, if one these arteries are accidentally injured blood would spurt from it. So, natural selection would prefer the individuals having arteries deep into the body rather peripheral or superficial ones.

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