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Monitor Lizard Lungs

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Published on Dec 11, 2013

Courtesy of the University of Utah
CT scans of a monitor lizard's airwaves, showing the one-way pattern of air coming into and out of its lungs. This pattern, once thought to be necessary only for high-altitude flight of birds, may have evolved more than 100 million years before birds existed, and scientists aren't sure why.

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