Teasing a frog with a smartphone

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Inspect-a-Gadget investigated what objects you could use to operate your smartphone back in February, and deduced that in addition to a finger, you could also use your nose and your tongue.

And apparently a capacitive touchscreen will also recognise a frog's tongue, as it must have similar electrical conductivity as a human, which is the reason why touchscreens do not work while wearing gloves.

Watch what happens show a frog juicy bugs on the screen of a smartphone - would you be brave to tease this amphibian?

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