The tiger's tongue is covered with numerous small, sharp, projections called papillae. These papillae gives the tongue is rough, rasping texture and is designed to help strip feathers, fur and meat from prey and it is rough enough to lick the paint off of a building.
|A tiger's tongue is rough enough to lick the paint off of a building.|
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