How Do Mammals Breathe?

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Most mammals have two lungs and a diaphragm that work together to allow one to breath. The diaphragm pulls the lungs down and sucks the air in. Then, the lungs push the lungs up and lets the air out.
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Class Mammalia
Although mammals share several features in common, Mammalia contains a vast diversity of forms. The smallest mammals are found among the shrews and bats, and can weigh as little as 3 grams. More >>
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Mammals breathe through a process called respiration. Mammals have lungs that allow them to breathe, and a heart that pumps blood and oxygen through the veins in their body!
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