Enlarged Spleen Key to Diving Endurance of 'Sea Nomads'

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Over hundreds if not thousands of years, a group of Southeast Asian sea nomads known for their deep-diving prowess has evolved a solution to increasing their underwater time: larger spleens. Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Show ID: 34023]

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