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 Why do we have hair on our tongues?

Answer No, we do not have hair on our tongues, though they are lined with keratin the same protein that makes up hair!
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Do shrimps have tongues?

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Do mother birds kill baby birds if handled by humans?

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Do birds eat dead baby birds of different species?

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