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Rosemary Williams would like to know if sharks have tongues.
All sharks have tongues, though they aren't much like ours. Shark and fish tongues aren't called tongues, they are called basihyals and are found on the floor of their mouths, just as ours are placed on the floor of our mouths. But that's where the similarity ends! While our tongues are generally large (or long), flexible and useful, the basihyal is just a small, stout, and only vaguely tongue-like piece of cartilage. In most sharks, the basihyal is small and useless.