Do lobsters have gills or lungs?

Answer According to the University of Maine’s Lobster Institute, a lobster takes oxygen from water through gills located in its thorax section. The lobster has a hard outer shell called an exoskeleton.R... Read More »

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Do gills have less surface area than lungs?

Yes. Gills have less surface area than lungs. Gills are special gas-exchange organs. They consist of thousands of filaments covered by folds called "lamellae." The gills absorbs oxygen from water... Read More »

I slept in front of a dusty fan last night. Now my lungs hurt. Could the pain in my lungs be from the fan?

You'll be okay just for laughs go to the doc and ask him but yea it happens sometimes by accident. GL!!!😄

Do crustaceans have gills?

All crustaceans possess gills for respiration. Most crustaceans live in water and include crabs, lobsters, shrimp and crayfish, while less recognized crustaceans include amphipods, barnacles and th... Read More »

Do tadpoles have gills?

Like fish, tadpoles have gills and use them to breathe while in water. As tadpoles grow into frogs, they stop using the gills and develop lungs, which allow them to take in oxygen by breathing air.... Read More »