How Do Butterflies Breathe?

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Butterflies don't have lungs like humans, but they do have small openings on their bodies called spiracles. Each spiracle has a tiny tube connected to it that carries oxygen from the air into the butterfly's body.
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Butterflies breathe through tiny holes called spiracles that are found on the thorax and abdomen.
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