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Reversible Saliva Allows Frogs To Hang On To Next Meal

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    A frog tongue's stickiness is caused by a reversible saliva in combination with a super soft tongue, new research shows. A frog's saliva is thick and sticky during prey capture, then turns thin and watery as prey is removed inside the mouth. gUYa97DOedw.gif

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