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Many mammals can ‘breathe’ in a unique way — through the anus. Could this insight spur change in how we treat severe respiratory failure in humans?

Many mammals can ‘breathe’ in a unique way — through the anus. Could this insight spur change in how we treat severe respiratory failure in humans?

India Times | 
It is established that humans, much like many other mammals out there, breathe oxygen either through their nostrils or mouth ...
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