|Subject:||More birds out there than previously thought|
|From:||Carol Probets <>|
|Date:||Fri, 24 Jun 2005 10:34:44 +1000|
All the references I've read indicate that birds hear frequencies in roughly the same range as a human with good hearing. Can anyone give references or have actual examples of birds hearing frequencies as high as 200 kHz?
Ricki Coughlan wrote:
I did, thanks for pointing it out.
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