A Crocodile can’t move it’s tongue

Photo courtesy: Shafaet Alam Abir

A crocodile’s tongue doesn’t movemove. It is held in place at the roof of the mouth by a membrane. Because crocodiles spend so much time underwater, the tongue helps keep the throat closed, protecting the animal’s airway.


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