Scientists find stunning similarity between lizards, birds – Science Recorder

Science Recorder
Monitor lizards, along with alligators, birds, and probably dinosaurs, take air into their lungs by means of a one-way loop, according to a new University of Utah study. The findings, which were published online Wednesday (Dec. 11) in the journal Nature,
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