The Anoles lizard stays underwater for 16 minutes through bubbles on its nose - Science Daily
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A team of evolutionary biologists, including faculty at the State University of New York at Binghamton, says some Anales lizards have adapted to re-breathing the exhaled air underwater using bubbles attached to their noses.
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