The size of a frog varies by species age and gender, my pet frog is a couple weeks old, female and only an inch and a half, so this question is too vague to answer correctly.
There are many different species of frogs, and different species come in different sizes. Even within a single species, not all individuals are of the same length. However, a typical size for a frog would be about six inches.
Frogs have a long, disc shaped tongue. The tip of the tongue has a sticky substance that is used to grab hold of the prey, so that it can not escape.
stick it out in front of a mirror and look!
maybe about 3-4 inches in length? but im not posotive.
some butterflies tongues are as long as there body
Usually one fourth to one third of the body length.
A frogs tongue is shaped like a V or a fork road
it can e very long
It matters of what type of frog it is
It is about 3 to 4 inchs long.
no because they use their tongue
lol, cottonmouth. dont smoke so much weed!
vertebrae are the bones that make up the spine snakes are very long so have a long spine and thus a lot of vertebrae
a giraffe's tongue can grow up to 3ft long
they are born with it
As with other snakes, the tongue is about as long as its' head.
Because they feel like having a long tongue.
Snakes don't have a very good sense of smell through their noses, the tongue has a sensor in it that the snake can "sense" danger, food, water and more things they need to survive. Without the tongue the snake wouldn't last too long
One forked tongue is one of the snakes by the dinosaur and the other is one of the blue monsters snakes tongue.
well a snakes tongue smells
No, snakes do not have eyes on their tail. Snakes see by flicking their tongue "to taste the air".
through there tongue
yes! and they smell with their tongue
All snakes can't hear but they have a good sense with their tongue.