How do reptiles breathe?

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Reptiles breath with lungs, though some snakes only have a right lung. Some reptiles can hold their breath for hours, one of which is a turtle.
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Sharks breath by using fine blood vessels to take the oxygen out of the water as it passes through their gills. There are 5-7 pairs of gill slits along the side of their head.
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Well I don't know! But I do know that they sleep with their eyes open and the sleep. under water.
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All reptiles have lungs that are used for breathing. Certain species of reptiles also absorb the oxygen from water in a membrane that's located in their mouth. Frogs, for example, actually breathe through their skin, too.
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