He giraffe has a long neck for it to reach for greener and better leaves on the treetops which is inaccessible for other herbivores.
a tube-like proboscis, which is a long, flexible "tongue."
The tongue and the long neck help the giraffe get her food from tall trees.
Yes it is true
No it does not. A giraffe's tongue is popularly known because it's purplish, long, and flexible. It won't have spots on it.
A long flexible beak (looks like a tongue though)
Giraffes and ant eaters have particularly long tongues.
long legs, thick, long tongue.
Anteater, Woodpecker, Frogs.
Only some do. The giraffe is the best example. It needs this so it can reach its' food.
One of the animals that eats ants, has a long tongue and nose is called an anteater.
while the mammal with the longest tongue is a Blue Whale, whose tongue is the weight of a small car, The longest tongue on a land animal would belong to a giraffe, but a sun bear also has an extremely long tongue. If you search sun bear on google images it will come up with pictures of its long tongue sticking out
Pink and it depends on each animal.
Lickitung is a fictional PokÃ©mon character that has a really long sticky tongue. The closest animal that it is like would be the anteater because it also has a long sticky tongue that it uses to eat with.
it is either Numbat in australia or an anteater
This allows them to forage from treetops that are inaccessible to other herbivores. Their diet mainly consists of tender leaves and shoots.
There's no definite requirement flexibility, but the more flexible you are, the better. Just keep stretching, and the slight muscular pain is good for you, as long as you don't try too hard.
A long tongue.