The devil's tongue knot is a fictitious device discussed in the book series "A Series of Unfortunate Events" by Lemony Snicket. In the story, the devil's tongue knot was created by female Finnish pirates in the 15th century. The knot itself does not actually exist.
The devil's tongue knot in the story twists in a most complicated and eerie way. Violet, one of the protagonists of the series, has a number of useful skills, including the making of diverse types of knots. In the book, she uses the devil's tongue knot to tie clothes together so that she can climb a tower.Learn More
Tongue rolling was once believed to be purely a genetic trait. However, Dr. John H. McDonald of the University of Delaware points out that recent studies show that there are factors beyond genetics in determining who can and cannot roll their tongue.Full Answer >
A frog’s tongue is about a third of the length of its entire body. In comparison, if a human had the same size tongue it would reach the belly button.Full Answer >
In total, there are 1,824 pages in the "Percy Jackson" book series. Written by Rick Riordan, the series includes five books: "The Lightning Thief," "The Sea of Monsters," "The Titan's Curse," "The Battle of the Labyrinth" and "The Last Olympians."Full Answer >
A Pygmy Puff is a fictional creature created by author J.K. Rowling in her "Harry Potter" book series. The creatures first appear in the sixth book, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."Full Answer >