How Long Is a Frog Tongue?


The length of a frog's tongue is about 1/3 of their body, and it is located at the front of their mouth, instead of the back. If a human's tongue was this long it would reach their waist, wow! You can find more information here:
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an average adult frog has a tongue of 12 inches long.
Frogs have sticky tongues that are attached to the front part of their
Goliath frog of West Central Africa is 30-cm long compared to the half-inch (1-cm) Cuban Pygmy frog,so not all frog's have the same tongue length!
The frogs tongue is attached to the front of the mouth, behind the front of the jaw. The opposite of ours. So, it's back end is the part that will snatch the fly!
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The average length of a frog's tongue is around 12 inches. Frogs are from the Chordata phylum, Amphibia class and Lissamphibia subclass. They are divided into different species.
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