Much like their necks, giraffe tongues are exceptionally long — usually measuring between 18 and 20 inches long. They're also prehensile, which means giraffes have fine-tuned muscular control over it.
One of the giraffes (mostly females) living at the Kinderzoo Knie in Rapperswil, trying to catch a twig of the tree with her tongue.
Do I have lipstick on my tongue.I mean teeth?
Because their main vegetation of choice, Acacia, is thorny, giraffe tongues are equipped with thickened papillae and thick saliva to protect their mouths.