Lizards smell stuff with their tongues. Just like snakes, a lizard sticks out its tongue to catch scent particles in the air and then pulls back its tongue and places those particles on the roof of its mouth, where there are special sensory cells. The lizard can use these scent “clues” to find food or a mate or to detect enemies.
|Subject||2.8 × 1.1 cm, Aquarell|
|Paper||300g Water Color Paper|
|Dimensions||20 × 20 cm|