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If I tried to strangle a seal, would it's blood eventually become alcoholic?

I read that when low on Oxygen, diving mammals switch to fermentation instead of respiration, which would make their blood alcoholic. At least, this is what I think.

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NachoMahma8 years ago
Gorfram8 years ago
If you tried to strangle a seal, it would probably either get away, injure you, or drown you before much of anything happened to the seal. Seals (adult ones, anyway) are quite large, well-equipped with sharp teeth, and don't much like being messed with.
dont tell her that i want to see some crazy chick strangle a seal GO SLEEPY SLEEPY RULES SO DOES BOB BARKER
i dont think so try it then video tape it and put it on you tube that would be funny LOL. go AOL i love AOL justina loves AOL
and justina also loves bob barker
GO SLEEPY SLEEPY RULES
no but that would be funny
CameronSS8 years ago
No. It's blood would eventually become stationary, because it would die.
lol!
lemonie8 years ago
No, lowered oxygen does result on lactate production - it would become cheesy. L
No.