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We humans and other mammals are known as tidal breathers, which much like the tide come in and goes back out and come in and so forth. With us though all our respiatory action goes on trhough one opening in our body, our mouth with fish its very different...
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With us though all our respiatory action goes on trhough one opening in our body, our mouth with fish its very different. Since fish are aquatic animals and cannot breathe air they must use a different system to somehow get the oxygen out of the water...
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