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1. Greater Wax Moth
Bat can be considered as king of the ultimatum. However, it has been found that one medium is suitable for good progress – the big wax moth.Found in the most parts of the world, these moths can hear sounds up to a frequency of 300 kHz.
Humans can only hear up to 20kHz freqness. With the help of this exceptional level of hearing, ducks can be helped to save more wax spices, one of the earliest users of the sound.
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Bat Nitechnal are only active at night but their eyesight is terrible. So, how do they manage to find the hunt and hunting. Using Your Specific Hearing and Acquisition System bats have the most sensitive hearing in the family of mammals.
As a dumb animal, owls have strong hearing and excellent looks. Even in low light, they can understand the movement of the ground and catch it.. A credit owl goes to the extraordinary placements of these sensitive ears.
A credit owl goes to the extraordinary placements of these sensitive ears.
Dolphins can pass the voice to the middle ear through their lower jaw. The immigrant cortex system in their brain is far ahead of humans, so the sound process is much faster than us. The hearing frequency of dolphins is much higher than that of human beings.Apart from all these dolphins use advanced echolocation.
The sense of hearing this small rat is much stronger than we are. They can also detect ultrasound ranges, which the human ear can not understand. Mice can also focus in the direction of their ears from which the sound comes from.In some species, albinism can cause damage to hearing. In rats, this condition may affect the vision and sense of smell, but their hearing remains unaffected.