What helps them to breathe? (a) A fish (b) A snake (c) A crane (d) An earthworm (e) a Man (f) A banyan (g) Caterpillar
(a) Fish: A fish's gills are used to breathe.
(b) Snake: A snake breathes through the glottis, which opens the passage to the windpipe or trachea when it takes a breath.
(c) Cranes: Cranes, like humans, breathe via their lungs.
(d) Earthworm: Earthworms breathe through their skin's mucous.
(e) Man: A man inhales and exhales through his lungs.
(f) Banyan tree: Carbon dioxide is taken up by the banyan tree. They use broad holes called stomata to absorb the air around them.
(g) Caterpillar: Caterpillars breathe using spiracles, which are small pores that run along the length of their bodies.