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Albino lungfish. Lungfish are a fish that breathes with a lung as well as by gills. The African and South American lungfishes use their lungs to breathe air while they lie dormant in mud in times of drought. The Australian lungfish uses its lung to breathe air when the water is stagnant. The lungfish can live without water for months, and then resume active life when water re-softens the mud.