Scientists measure strength, stickiness of frogs' tongues

06/17/2014 | BBC

The tongues of horned frogs can grab prey with a force of up to three times the amphibians' own weight, according to a study published in Scientific Reports. Researchers placed a glass slide between the frogs and potential prey, measuring the strength, speed and sticky residue left behind when the frog's tongues struck the glass.

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