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A Woodpecker’s Tongue

Woodpecker tongues are long and narrow with a barbed tip. It’s so long, it can wrap around its head! Their tongue bones help them peck! Their tongues are so long because it helps them dislodge their food from deep crevices.

Ants and insect larvae hiding in the bark of wood are forced out. Woodpeckers curl their tongue around the back of the head, between the skull and skin, when they are not using it.

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