Fish have tastebuds, just like humans. Fish tastebuds have the ability to distinguish the difference between sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. Tastebuds are inside the fish's mouth, on its tongue and on the outside of the body including fins. Fish that live on the bottom of the water, such as catfish, have tentacles coming off the head called barbels. Barbels also have tastebuds.
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Its tongue isn't litterally outside its body, lol. You guize are funneiz. xDD
The rivets and holes in their face are sensory organs, much like a catfish. But because catfish don't have scales, they can sense food through their skin. Fish with scales have small pin-holes around their face that can sense food. :)
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Yup yup. Fish don't actually have "tongues" per say...not like us at least. The bigger fish (mainly grouper, monk fish, angler fish, etc.) do have tongues, but it's used as lures for fish to eat. :P