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The animal that has the most taste buds is a catfish. This sea creature has over 20,000 taste buds in its mouth.


Well your taste buds (over 10,000 on average) don't go numb. You may loose a couple due to the piercing but the taste buds themselves regenerate. Case in point: Eat a bag of Salt & Vinegar potato chips then look at your tongue, you will see great flat spots over areas of the tongue, "missing taste buds". Discharge and other healing processes can play games during the initial healing period, this is not limited to messing with your sense of taste.


over time some taste buds die which makes your taste different


yes . catfish have over 1,00000 tast buds on their whiskers to help them smell and taste food.


Taste buds disappear with age, if you are over the age 7 then youre taste buds may be going through their change right now. This occurs every 5-7 years.


The effect of swollen taste buds is the case but is covered over by the tongue and doesn't function at all. So person won't taste anything with those taste buds.


taste buds do not change over time they simply lose the ability of picking up flavour. gradually as you age they simply drop off.


Catfish have over 30,000 tastebuds


It has to be dissolved in water. Sliva begin this process. The saliva and food wash over the taste buds. Taste buds are made up of a gruop of sensory cells with tiny taste hairs projecting from them.


All over your tongue. There are different areas you find them. There are some where they recognize salty, bitter, sweet and tangy. Google taste buds, and you might find a diagram.


If you start eating healthy when you are young then you will get your taste buds immune to the taste instead of when you are older when your taste buds haven't tasted the food over all your years of age. It won't taste good after you put the food in your mouth.


no they are actually spread out all over ur tongue


no but you can burn them severely to where you can tell they are not working actually there are a few viruses that cause you to lose your taste bud--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. your taste buds CAN fall of your tongue. If you burnt your tongue or if you ate too much salty foods. But it will grow back. So don't worry if it ever happens to you..... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


It is all over your toughn you can even see a clear spot so there are 1000 or over.


Spicy is not actually a sense of taste. Spicy food is actually picked up by pain fibers on the tongue. There is some dispute over how many senses of taste we have, generally we refer to four (however there is argued to be a fifth) main categories - bitter, salty, sour, and sweet.


Each part of your tongue has different taste buds, which react to different substances. We do not taste everything evenly on our tongues; sweet things (i.e. sugar) get tasted at the front/tip, sour things toward the back and salts and bitter flavours (bases, I think) to the sides. The middle has only a few of each.


it is a pink color and has a whole lot of taste buds all over it. the tongue is where you get the taste of food and etc. you couldn't talk without your tongue either. It helps you pronounce things.


When you're a little kid the teachers give false information... Taste buds of different tastes are scattered all over the tongue.


Gustatory receptors are distributed over the superior surface of the tongue and adjacent portions of the pharynx and larynx. They are clustered in taste buds.


Because that is the upper side of your tongue (the dorsal side), and all food and liquids pass over this surface, giving the taste receptors stimulation to your brain to register whatever tastes are present.


I would say beef because of the fact that my dogs perfer beef over any other any other flavor. But in truth not all dogs are the same and they all have different taste buds. But also dogs don't use their sense of taste much at all but instead use their sense of smell to find the most appealing food, and dogs in general probally find beef the most appealing scent.



Regarding taste and smell, the statement so called supertasters may be inclined to obesity is true. A supertaster is a person who is very sensitive to tastes because they have over active taste buds.


The octopus can sense what is surrounding it through its tentacles. It has taste receptors located all over its body and have small glands underneath their eyes to enable them to see.


Smoking Damages Your Taste Buds: The more you smoke the more damage you do to your taste buds. Over time the chemicals and tar in cigarettes coat the inside of your mouth and cover your taste buds meaning that they become less and less effective. As your taste buds become progressively hampered the food you eat becomes increasingly bland. Therefore, you do not enjoy your food as much as you once did and there is less temptation to carry on eating. You start to eat until your hunger is satisfied and not for enjoyment which means you eat less. Since you are eating less the logical result is for you to lose weight.But i seriously advice you not to smoke because you would really really regret it + smoking has many disadvantages. to twelll you the truth I'd rather be fat than start smoking.



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