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Published on October 18th, 2012 | by PSE

Marine Iguana Sneeze Sound to Ward Off Germaphobes

Marine igua­nas nor­mally eat under­wa­ter, from algae beds. A curi­ous result of which is sneez­ing, since, after return­ing to land, they must excrete the salt­wa­ter they’ve swal­lowed. These endan­gered crea­tures are the only sea­far­ing lizards that exist, and can hold their breath under water for up to 45 minutes—that’s noth­ing to sneeze at!

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