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Is a giraffe tongue blue or black?
Why are giraffes tongue blue?
Which animal has blue tongue?
Giraffe tongues are very long and have the ability to grab on to plants. They have thickened papillae and extra saliva on their prehensile tongues to protect them from sharp thorns and plants. The bluish coloring of their tongues is an extra level of defense for this important appendage.
How many hearts do giraffes have?
Which animals blood is white?
Can cows get blue tongue?
Are blue tongues poisonous?
What is a female giraffe called?
What animal has no hearts?
Do elephants eat poop?
Why are elephants born blind?
This long period helps the baby elephant (calf) develop fully ready to walk and learn from its herd. Although it takes almost two years for an elephant to develop in the womb, an elephant calf is born nearly blind. Their vision starts to expand throughout the years.
How dirty is dog saliva?
One study found that only 16.4% of identified microbes are shared between humans and dogs. Researchers discovered that dogs have a type of bacteria called Porphyromonas gulae, which is known to cause periodontal disease.
What is the cleanest part of a human body?
What animal has biggest tongue?
What animal has the most tongues?
|Animal||Tongue Length||Body Length|
|Giant Pangolin||27.5 inch (70 cm)||39.3 inch (100 cm)|
|Giraffe||21.2 inch (54 cm)||236 inch (600 cm)|
|Sun Bear||9.84 inch (25 cm)||55.1 inch (140 cm)|
|Tube-Lipped Nectar Bat||3.3 inch (8.5 cm)||1.9 inch (5 cm)|
What is the only mammal that is venomous?
What animal never dies?
To date, there’s only one species that has been called ‘biologically immortal’: the jellyfish Turritopsis dohrnii. These small, transparent animals hang out in oceans around the world and can turn back time by reverting to an earlier stage of their life cycle.