Animal Tongues

Animal Tongues

Snakes and some lizards use their long, flickering tongues to smell predators and prey, while chameleons use the sticky tip of their long, stretchy tongues to catch bugs for dinner. Crocodiles use special glands on their tongues to remove salt from their bodies, while newborn whales and dolphins use small bumps on their tongues to hang on to mom while she swims.This book also includes fun, easy experiments that illustrate the way animal tongues work, and cool tongue facts to gross out family and friends.