how the animals live in the soil breath?

they breathe with the ir present in the pores of the soil. as soil is porous ,it contains air between the pores

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 beacause the soil has air in it

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the animals that live in the soil breathe by the air and oxygen dissolved in the soil . It can be proved but putting a lump of soil in water that will form bubbles that are made of air this proves that soil has air dissolved which is useful to breath by animals.

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The soil has air spaces in betwen the molecules of the soil.There is dissolved oxygen in the soil which helps the soil anomals to breathe in the soil.

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  • soil have oxygen as told in the video and they must be having some kind of differnt organ to berath as fish have gills to breath in water.
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The animals living in the soil breath in  the air(air contains oxygen also) present in the soil.

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The animals living under soil can also breath in oxygen as soil also contains oxygen.

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simply by the air in sio as earthworms do maaaaan......  .............  ...........  .............  ..............!

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simply by the air

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when they get adjusted.i think so.

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SOIL HAS MICRO PORES BETWEEN THE VARIOUS PARTICLES. SOME OF THE ANIMALS ALSO HAVE PORES ON THEIR SKIN TO BEATHE IN THI AIR
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The animals that live in the soil breath by the air and oxygen dissolved in the soil ,it contains air between the pores
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small gaps are present in soil
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