It's called breathing... It goes along nice with some crackers, cheese and a glass of tang :)
The way I think you probably get air from trees and plants.
You inhale due to expanding and contracting your diaphram. The respiratory system provides oxygen to your blood, and expells waste gases such as carbon dioxide.
Birds don't inhale air because they don't need to breath.
Trees don't really inhale, they take in gases. Trees take in air but they use the carbon dioxide from the air, and let out oxygen as a waste product of this. They continue doing this all day and night exactly the same
what happens when you inhale is that air goes into your lungs and your lungs get bigger ...Actually, your diaphragm moves to expand the volume of your thoracic cavity, which pulls a partial vacuum on your lungs, causing them to expand FIRST...and THEN the partial vacuum created by your expanded lungs causes air to move into them. When you breath out, it causes the reverse to occur.
Earth's atmosphere has roughly a 0.04% of CO2 (by volume), that's about the percentage we inhale.
i can inhale air
the difference between inhale and exhale is when you inhale you get more oxygenthan you exhale
They inhale air. What they extract from the air is oxygen.
when you inhale and exhale the air get into the stomach
Alligators are air breathers. They inhale and exhale through their nostrils. Their lungs absorb oxygen from the air that they inhale.
Air is good. Stick with air.