The giraffe’s tongue on average is an amazing 18-21 inches.
Giraffe’s tongues are around eighteen inches long helps them to eat leaves from thorny acacia trees. Their tongues’ dark color is thought to protect them from sunburn while eating. Thick, sticky saliva coats thorns that might sneak past the giraffes, to protect the animals if they should swallow some.
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