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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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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