Well, they do... but they're not alone! Some frogs, sea snakes, and salamanders also have adapted the ability to breath with their butt through a process called, cutaneous respiration through a unique orifice called a cloaca--don't worry, you don't have one--a sort of one-stop-shopping hole for everything coming in or going out of the animal.
And wait until you get a load of of the Mary River Turtle whose butt-breathing ability is no where near its coolest feature: these turtles sport bright green mohawks made of algae on their heads.
If you think turtles breathing out of their butts smells like magic, wait until you get a whiff of the warty comb jellyfish that has a disappearing butt... or the chicken turtle that tastes like chicken! Keep coming back to get curious about these curiously named animals with the coolest (and grossest) adaptations.
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