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Do fish have lungs or gills?
No, fish don have lungs, not in general, anyway. Instead, fish breathe underwater thanks to their gills. These gills serve more or less the same purpose as our lungs, however, only instead of extracting oxygen out of the air, fish gills extract oxygen out of the water the fish swim in. How do gills work?
Why do lungfish have lungs?
Some fish can breathe air through vascularized (i.e. having veins to transport oxygen and other nutrients) bladders, but the lungfish have actual lungs. This allows them to take oxygen from the air, rather than just the water due to the insufficiency of their lungs.
What kind of fish has lungs but cannot live out of water?
There is a kind of fish called a lungfish, which is able to breathe air, but they cannot live out of the water, and they do not have true lungs. Name of fish which have lungs only?
How do fish get oxygen?
Fish get oxygen from the water, using their gills for breathing since they have a gill instead of a lung.