Will animals Hearing

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Hey guys
Today i have come with a new story. Today my story is about Wild Animals Hearings. As this is a history you have to think it in my way. Though i had tried to make you understand. Hope you will get it . By leaving other talks, let's start.

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Wild Animals 'Hearing

Human mammals' ears are different from those of other animals. Their ears are on the outside, which is why they hold sound waves and are in the shape of a tube up to the middle ear and inner ear. Most mammals have excellent hearing and can easily hear. Bats and many types of rats can hear better than humans. Mammals use hearing and sound signals to attract each other. It is also used to communicate, warn or warn within the group and to attract an experienced partner. At night the bat makes a kind of noise, which when obstructed and returned, it will not be able to go there.

The ears help keep the body cool. Because the ear radiates heat. In general, warm-bodied mammals have large ears, which are similar to those found in cold or temperate regions. Elephants are the best example of this. African elephants have huge ears while Asian elephants have very short ears. The ears of birds are not usually visible. After all, most birds have only a special hole in their ear - which covers their feathers. The bird's ears are on both sides of the head and needless to say, it is under the eyes and behind the eyes. Most birds have very keen hearing and rely on it to hunt, perceive danger, and choose breeding mates. Owls and other nocturnal birds have good hearing. In the case of snakes, they are said to be completely deaf. Because they do not have ear piercings or holes. But the snake must be shaken and it is shaken by the vibration of the earth. The lizards have shining ears. Crocodiles have beautiful and clear hearing. The fish have no ears on the outside, but they have inner ears, which are capable of making sound vibrations in the water.

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