* Whales breathe air and gulp
! They can stay under water one-and-a-half hours without coming up.
"At her age her teeth have gone and she gulps
food which I mash for her.
In the U.S., the average person gulps
down 363 bottles of Coke a year, a number that hasn't grown much over the last 10 years.
It was between gulps
of convulsive laughter that she informed us that the title of a work by Dennis O'Connor and Phillip Adams was not Mitsy and Beade in East Seattle but Mitsy and Beade Eat the Apple.
, No Pause There seems to be an endless number of "foolproof" ways to swallow pills.
Profiles of individual fish species appear throughout the text and bring to light many varieties that possess unusual characteristics for adapting to their environment, for example, the spiny puffer fish gulps
so much water that it becomes too big for its predators to eat.
A research team at the University of Texas at Austin had searched for resonance by tucking frogs into bags of helium to see whether their calls turned squeaky, much as gulps
of helium from a birthday balloon change the resonant properties of the human vocal tract to produce a Mickey Mouse voice.
These membranes are probably remnants of the series of evolutionary gulps
that landed the DNA inside an alga that eventually ended up in the single-celled protozoans.
An exhausted football player runs to the sidelines, puts a mask over his nose and mouth and gulps
a few breaths of pure oxygen before returning to the field.