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Why is bradycardia so well developed in cetacea and is counter-current heat exchange helpful with the mammalian dive reflex?

Why is bradycardia so well developed in cetacea and is counter-current heat exchange helpful with the mammalian dive reflex?

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Bradycardia is a condition of reduced heart rate. Cetacea have well developed bradycardia to help them survive low oxygen... View the full answer

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