Tinga Tinga Tales

Season 1 Episode 39

Why Aardvark Has a Sticky Tongue

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Aired Unknown Mar 19, 2014 on
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Why Aardvark Has a Sticky Tongue
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Why do zebras have stripes and leopards spots, rhinos horns and camels humps? Tinga Tinga Tales tells a modern, young audience what really happened. Aardvark didn't used to have a sticky tongue, just a long nose and big clumsy paws, and he found it very difficult to eat. Then one day Aardvark's tongue got stuck in the honey log! All his friends pulled and pulled until Aardvark's tongue finally came unstuck. From that day on Aardvark's tongue was all long and sticky - perfect for eating yummy termites.moreless
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