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        DragonflyTV | Snakes

        If you've been handling snakes and reptiles your whole life like LeighAnne and Carmen, you learn is to wash your hands before you pick them up because they have a super strong sense of smell. They smell with their tongues, so if you had something for lunch, the snake will flick its tongue and smell it on you. That got them thinking: Can you tell what food a snake craves by its tongue flicks?

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