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Nomadic divers evolve larger spleens to stay underwater for 13 minutes, scientists find
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“Sea Nomads” May Have Evolved to Be the World’s Elite Divers
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Previously it was known that populations living at high altitude had extra lung capacity and larger heart muscles which is why Sherpas in the Himalayas can climb Everest without oxygen.
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