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Dolphins Respiratory System?

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Dolphins are intelligent animals. Similar to most mammals they need air to breath; therefore, they have an elaborate respiratory system just like humans. Dolphins take in oxygen, the main source of energy in the body, by rising to the surface to breath, unlike fish. Similar to humans, dolphins hold their breath when they are underwater and rise back up to the surface to take a breath of air. Dolphins do not breathe through their mouth, they breathe through their blow holes.
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