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Lungs a similar in that they help to bring oxygen into the living things body. The difference is that gills are external and lungs are internal.
All fish have gills. Their gills are like lungs. And if they didn't have gills they would die.
yep they do have gills but develop lungs as they grow older
salamanders have both
The lungfish has both gills and lungs.
amphibians breath with the help of both gills and lungs. example frog. frog in its larval stage is called a tadpole and its respiratory organ is gills. in its later stages of life (adult) its respiratory organs changes into lungs
Sharks, Fish, and other non-oxygen breathing animals in the ocean.
with lungs you breath air and with gills you breath in water
Lungs , no gills. They can drown quite easily.
No. Just lungs.
The common features that gills and lungs have is: 1: They are both respiratory organs in animals. 2: They are both moist. 3: Blood flows through them.
YES IT CAN BREATHE THROUGH BOTH lungs and gills
The only animal that has true lungs and gills is the lungfish. Animals like frogs often have gills for a portion of their lives and then later develop lungs.
A salamander has both lungs and gills to breathe underwater. I found a good site if you want to read more about them.