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Tongue

Last actualisation: April 4, 2019

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Tongue information

Language is a product of the muscular cavity of vertebrates.

The language has the task of laying the food so that it can be thoroughly chewed and then moves it to the throat.

Language is the organ of the sense of taste and touch.

Tongue facts
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Tongue facts

1. Flavored cups on the tongue can determine all known flavors: salty, sweet, sour, bitter and umami.

2. Human language is divided into two parts: oral and throat.

3. A man can speak thanks to language.

4. Some animals, e.g. dogs, use a drinking language.

5. Some reptiles use language as an olfactory organ.

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6. Many animals use the language to carry out personal hygiene.

7. Some animals, such as a frog, have catchy tongues.

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8. In the dog, the tongue functions as the body heat regulation.

9. Showing the language to the other person is often considered an offensive gesture.

10. A greeting language is shown in Tibet.

11. Tigers have a language as rough as sandpaper.

12. The tongue is the only muscle that is attached only on one side.

13. Byron Schlenker from New York in 2014 was entered in the Guinness Book of Records as the person with the largest language in the world. Its width is up to 8 cm.

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14. The tongue of the giraffe is half a meter long.

15. The woodpecker’s tongue is 10 cm long.

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16. Chameleon has a tongue 3 times longer than its body.

17. Gorillas show language how bad they are.

18. The blue whale tongue can weigh up to 3 tons.

19. Everyone has a different language imprint.

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20. Chanel Tapper has twice as long a language as the average person. It is 9.75 cm long.

21. Language is the fastest healing part of the human body.

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Tongue questions

Is it true that different parts of the language are responsible for feeling different flavors?
There are all kinds of taste buds throughout the language. So every part of the language can feel every taste. Only the degree of sensitivity to a given taste, a specific part of the language may differ.

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Why are some medicines given by placing them under the tongue?
Under the tongue there is a very thin mucosa of the mouth. The drug administered quickly goes to the cardiovascular system, omitting the gastrointestinal tract.

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Is language the strongest muscle in humans?
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Why is the language not tiring despite the fact that it is used all the time?
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Why does he show the language on the famous Einstein photo?
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Why do snakes have a split end of the tongue?
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