hippos milk is pink. sorry i dont know the awnser to your question though
It doesn't. Hippos have lungs, just like you and I. If they want to dive, they have to hold their breath. Or they'll choke and drown.
you can't breathe underwater
Hippos can't "breath" underwater but they can hold their breath for long periods of time. They need to take a breath once every 4-6 minutes.
newts can not breathe underwater
Bats are mammals, therefore can't breathe underwater Bats are mammals, therefore can't breathe underwater
No, the arctic fox cannot breathe underwater.
Sharks have gills. They can only breathe underwater.
Crocs CAN'T breathe underwater. When they dive, they hold their breath.
Yes. Snails have gills, which makes them able to breathe underwater.
Without proper equipment no human can breathe underwater anywhere.
Human's are not designed to breathe underwater, so technically, no I can't, and neither can you. BUT, we can breathe underwater by using artificial breathing supplies, such as an air tank or snorkel.
Ducks in fact cannot breathe underwater! They are just like you and I when we swim we hold our breathe, as do ducks.
Penguins do not breathe underwater, they hold their breath, and then they breathe when they come up for air.
They don't breathe normally on their own.They have to use pressure regulators to breathe naturally, overcoming the extreme pressure deep underwater.A snorkel and oxygen tank help the divers breathe when they are underwater.
they don't breathe underwater
Of course not. Humans are only able to breathe underwater for a few seconds.
Assuming you mean toads, not toad from mario, then no toads cannot breathe underwater.
Yes they do
The enchantment, Respiration, will help you breathe underwater. Not only that, but it makes your vision clearer while swimming underwater.
"A hippo sleeping underwater rises and breathes without waking" says Wikipedia
Dolphins can't breathe underwater because they are mammals. They go to the surface to breathe and then hold their breath while underwater
No, it can not.