It depends on the size of the human. Most adults can inhale over
a gallon of air.
i've seen a real one before. it's not much smaller then an adult humans
Adult right lung weighs 360-570 grams Adult left lung weighs 325-480 grams
An adult human lung weighs about 1.1 kilograms on the average. The left lung will weigh about 1.05 kg and the right lung weighs about 1.15 kg. The right lung has one more section than the left lung making it slightly larger and heavier.
Adult right lung weighs 360-570 grams. Adult left lung weighs 325-480 grams.
The average lung capacity of an adult human male is 6 litres of air.
A snake has one lung. Humans can also live with only one lung. The one lung compensates for not having two.
one is small and one is big
You can keep a baby one. But, not an adult one because it will grow too big.
All reptiles have lungs, both as adults and babies.
A really big one can weigh close to a ton.
Both lungs are different sizes
They only USE one lung, but they have two.
people can leave with one lung. they can have emphysema.
There's just no need for them to be big
the one that isn't the one that is the intact lung.... you have a 50/50 chance so guess one and maybe u will get it right!
People can live with one lung or one kidney.
Adult lung capacity is about three liters.
Reptiles, Mammals, Adult Amphibians, Birds and, a few Fish.
BETWEEN 350 AND 500 Grams
big as the adult's heart
Adult sea otters weigh 30 to 100 lbs, making them one of the largest members of the weasel family.
Yes. A person can live with just one lung.
no it is not possible that an person can live with out one lung