How Do Reptiles Breath?

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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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through there nose.
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Provide your pet reptile with an environment that is similar to its natural habitat so it
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I think breathing is more what we do, its more just simple gas exchange while in the amniotic egg. so if you look at pictures of an amniotic egg and its labels, it would help. there
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Reptiles do not have gills, which serve as lungs for underwater creatures. Reptiles breathe air using lungs as humans do.
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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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