Reptile Respiratory System?

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The reptile respiratory system is very different in structure to mammals. Reptiles have developed directly from water creatures, and have special respiratory systems to compensate. Different reptiles have different respiratory structures, although all have similarities.
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Reptile respiratory system is similar to ours, they have lungs, heart, nasal passages and circulatory system like we do. In the case of snakes the lungs are very long and staggered
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The respiratory system is the system that helps a person breathe. With out the system the heart will fail and the body will go "flat lined".
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