no... but they hav forked tongues!
Yes. All snakes have forked tongues.
Yes. The forked tongues allow two of the five senses, smell and taste, to react. Hence the two points.
Snakes only have one tongue it may look like they have two as their tongues are forked. The tongue splits at the end making it appear it has two tongues.
Yes, But most snakes use their nose for smelling; some snakes use their forked tongues
Geckos do not have forked tongues as a snake would.
All snakes have forked tongues. A snake uses its tongue to smell, flicking it out to collect odor molecules, and the flicking them up into the Jacobson's organ, a sensory organ in the roof of the mouth. The fork gives a snake's smell a sense of direction, by figuring out which fork carries the strongest smell.
While a snake's forked tongue looks dangerous, it really is not. Snakes actually smell with their tongues. If snakes bite, they use their teeth
Yes, forked tongues. As well as mouths. And tonsils.
The tongue of a snake does not play a role in eating and swallowing as it does for humans. Rather, snakes use their tongues to smell. The forked shape allows them a direction sense of smell to help the snake find prey.
No they have flat rounded tongues like us
Snakes use there tongues for a lot of thing. Snakes use their tongues for smell and to find food.
King cobras,like other snakes, receive chemical information via their forked tongues,which pick up scent particals
most snakes cant see very well or not at all with their eyes. They rely on their forked tongues to smell and sense things
One forked tongue is one of the snakes by the dinosaur and the other is one of the blue monsters snakes tongue.
A snake only has one tongue, which has a forked end.
Their tongues split into a fork shape.
breathingWrong!The snake's tongue is an olfactory (sense of smell) organ.they smell with them. They stick the tongue out and then move each forked half into pockets in their head. There are sensors in the pockets that act like smelling. That is why their tongues are always going into the air and back into their heads.
No, they don't. they have a little split on the end of their tongue, but not an actual fork
Frogs have a long, sticky forked tongue that they use to catch insects.
This is how they smell
Yes they do
It's forked tongue.
Snakes have long tongues because that is how they smell and see. They use the tongue as one of their senses; that is why it is always going in and out of their mouth.