Oxygen rich air enters the body through the lungs.
Oxygen enters the pulmonary blood in the capillaries of the alveoli -- the air sacs of the lungs.
Oxygen enters the blood stream through the air sacs in you lungs.
They need a lot of blood.
Labryinth fish have air sacs and can gulp air.
The bronchi continue to divide into smaller and smaller branches until they end in air sacs. The air sacs in the lungs are called alveoli.
Inhaled air passes through the primary bronchus, and most enters the posterior air sacs as well as the lungs. During this passage, air that was in the posterior air sacs moves through the lungs air capillaries so that exchange takes place. During exhalation, the air in the posterior air sacs passes through the lung en route to the external environment. Again exchange goes on during exhalation.
air sacs are in the lungs and when you breathe in blood carries it to the lungs.
The color of your air sacs are a peach color.
Oxygen moves into the capillaries from the air sacs. Carbon dioxide moves out the the capillaries into the air sacs.