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Although all turtles and tortoises breath air like us, some species have adapted to spending extended amounts of time underwater by developing large cloacal bladders lined with many finger-like projections in the rear of their shells that can take in water and extract dissolved oxygen in a pseudo-gill-like function that operates independently of their regular lungs.

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