The Alligator Snapper (of southern U.S.A) wriggles it's tongue like a worm, when it is in water. When a passing fish comes close by enticed by the 'worm', the alligator snaps its jaw shut.
                                  The yellow-winged sparrow, lures grass-hoppers by a perfect imitation of their chirp.
                                 Gharial, the Indian crocodile, lies motionless near river banks. When it sees a fish, it catches it with a side-to-side sweeping movement of it's 'mouth'.

Alligator Snapper

Yellow Winged Sparrow

Gharial Crocodile


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