Do turtles breathe out of their bum?
Respiratory System. Turtles breathe air through external nares located above their mouths. Air moves through the glottis and into the trachea, made of a series of rings of cartilage. A turtle's trachea is elongated and flexible, allowing the turtle to move his head in and out of his shell.
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