Whales Breathe through a blowhole, a modified nostril at the top of their head.
Whales breathe in and out of their blowhole. They are unable to breathe through their mouth because the trachea is not attached to the throat.
Blue whales Breathe with lungs. Through a blowhole - modified nostrils sitting on top of their heads.
They don't have nostrils, the breathe through the blowhole on the top
Whales breathe through a blowhole at the top of the head which has evolved from the nasal passage
A blowhole is what whales and dolphins use to breathe air.
With lungs, through a blowhole, a modified nostril on the top of their head.
Beluga whales Breathe with lungs. They Breathe through a blowhole on the top of their head.All whales are mammals. They breath air just like us. They have to come up to breath or risk drowning.
Whales breathe through a nostril called a "blowhole" on top of their head.
They come up to the surface every few minutes to breathe through their blowhole.
Humpback whales breathe air by using their lungs. They can only breathe in when their blowhole is above the surface of the water. When they exhale, you can see a spout of warm moist air shoot upwards from their blowhole.
This may sound a bit stupid but i always thought that it was water that came out of the blowhole. Just like how fish breathe in water and dispence it throught their gills, i thought that whales did the same however through their blowhole?
Having the blowholes on top means the least amount of body pushed through the Surface when breathing.
They breathe through their blowhole.
they breathe through their blowhole
Whales are mammals who breathe air into their lungs. Blowholes are a whale's nostrils and are located on the top or back of the whale's head. Blowholes are covered by muscular flaps that keep water from entering them when the whale is under water. In the relaxed state, the flap covers the blowhole. A blowhole leads to the whale's trachea and then to its lungs. Unlike us, whales cannot breathe through their mouth; they only breathe through their blowholes.
No,they have a blowhole that breathes AIR not WATER.
yes by their blowhole
they breathe, just like the rest of the mammals on this planet. they breathe through their blowhole, on the top of their head. they surface and the blowhole comes out of the water and they breathe, just like we do. some whales can hold their breath for up to an hour underwater. when you see that spurt of mist that comes from the top of the whales head, that's the whale breathing.
Whales use the mouth and blowhole to breathe.
All whales have blow holes to breathe, also to spurt out the water they suck in when eating plankton.
No, dolphins breathe through a blowhole in the top of their head.
No The Grey whale breaths through the blowhole not the mouth kind of like the dolphin breaths and talks through the mouth