Do spiders have tongues?
Actually, no, spiders do not have a tongue in the same sense we do. Their mouthparts- chelicerae (fangs), endites or maxillae (modified bases or coxi of palpi), palpi (feelers) and labium (a sort of "tongue")-act to manipulate prey and form the mouth.
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