The only animal that can breath through gills are fish.
yes,guppy breath through their gills because it is a fish
They breath through gills
Through their gills.
fish breath through gills most animals that live in water have gills
no they breath thru there lungs
Sharks breath through there gills , gills are equivalent to human's noses.
Frogs don't breath through gills. They breath through there nostrils but as young tadpoles they have gills and through the process of metamorphosis they grow lungs and loose their tails and grow feet.
Tadpoles breath through gills and when they mature into frogs they breath through lungs. this is similar for many amphibians
They breath through their gills, such as the majority of fish.
how does a dolphin breath? A dolphin breathes through its gills.
They have gills that they breath through when they move.
they breath through their gills
No, they breath through gills.
A tadpole can breath through their gills but they grow lungs as they turn into a frog.
Yes, sharks breathe through its gills like most fishes do.
Yes. All fish need oxygen, including Betta fish. But Betta fish, as well as Gouramis are labyrinth fishes that have a structure that allow it to breath straight oxygen from regular air, they can also use there gills as well.
All mammals breath through lungs
Clams breath through gills much like fish.
The simple answer is no, dolphins don't have gills.
Most salamanders breath through gills when they are young and through lungs when they are adults. Some retain their gills throughout their lives while others breath through thier skin as adults.