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When diving to greater depths at rapid speeds, divers face the battle of pressure (which increases one atmosphere every 10 metres), nitrogen narcosis, oxygen deficiency, frigid temperature, and hindering buoyancy. Marine mammals have exclusive adaptations to combat such challenges. To name a few, they store oxygen in their muscles rather than their lungs, lower their heart rate, develop thick layers of blubber, and much more.
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