How Do Birds Breath?

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Birds breathe by taking air into their nostrils which travels to the lungs, much as we do. However, birds lack diaphragms, so the air they breathe is moved throughout their respiratory systems by its own pressure rather than by muscular force.
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While birds do have lungs, they lack a diaphragm to help push air in and out. Instead, muscles along the ribcage and sternum contract and shrink the entire body cavity to push air
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Birds have lungs and air sacs, which direct air through the lungs in a one-way air flow. THis one way air flow lets birds maintain a high metabolic rate. They have lungs and tiny
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Birds do not have a diaphragm. Instead, air is moved in & out of the respiratory system through
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If he is doing the weird breathing just when you are near he maybe frightened of you still. They kind of pant when they are nervous. If he is doing it all the time he maybe sick and
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1 Additional Answer
Birds breathe the same as humans do. They have two tiny nostrils on the top of their beak closer to their eyes. Birds cough, blink, listen, and breathe very similar to humans.
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