DOLPHIN AND WHALES DO NOT HAVE GILLS. THEN HOW DO THEY BREATHE?
Asked by klrnch | 17th Nov, 2015, 02:01: PM
Dolphins and whales do not have gills for breathing in air. Instead, these mammals breathe through tiny holes called blowholes located on the top of their heads. The air introduced through the blowhole is conducted to the lungs for breathing.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 17th Nov, 2015, 02:15: PM
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