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This enabled to Ephogers to swim under water while breathing through their airpipes at the surface.
However no Arkonide has as yet developed webbed hands and feet or airpipes no matter how much he was surrounded by water.
But his reading was cut into by Ned’s sprightly account of the Magpie rush; by his description of an engine at work on the Eureka, and of the wooden airpipes that were being used to ventilate deep-sinkings.