I was feeding my chams yesterday and was cleaning up, when I heard a sound of something falling in to the feeding cup of my two year old female Ambilobe. When I got to the cage she was climbing out of the cup. She didn't look right and thought why is she looking between the branches? Then I saw that her tongue was in the cup and wrapped around the branch! I carefully unwrapped her tongue and removed her from the cage. She was now at the tips of my fingers and her tongue in the palm of my hand. She didn't try to retract it, she just sat there. She looked fine no bleeding or blood anywhere , but no movement of the tongue. I knew I needed to keep the tongue moist so I drizzled water on her tongue and she tried to retract her tongue or at least that is what I was hoping. She then pushed the end of her tongue out several times and I could see the cartilage appendage at the end of her tongue. Again no signs of bleeding but her tongue is so small and I didn't want to stress her more by trying to find a magnifying glass to look close to see if the tissues where torn or damaged. So I calmly tried to get her tongue back in her mouth, which I did! I put her back in her cage to keep her stress to a minimum. Today twenty hours later and me finding that this does happen, she looks ok. She is sporting her normal colors and was down by her feeding cup, which had a cricket in it yesterday but not any more. I can only assume that she ate it. Any advice? Has anyone had a similar experience? I will add that her lighting is correct and bulb has been replaced four months age. I dust my feeders appropriately and gut load them with organic baby food. My male (Herbie) who is my avatar and my female Penelope both are happy and until yesterday healthy. I distille my own water which helps to keep the humidity at 70 to 85% in their room. They were outside two hours a day until recently since the cold weather moved in. Any constructive advice will be greatly appreciated.