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Whales Adjust Their Hearing Sensitivity

Published 05/17/12
By Scientific American

Have you ever wanted to turn down the volume at a deafening concert or noisy bar? Envy the whale: A new study finds that toothed whales can reduce their own auditory sensitivity when they expect a loud sound. The work is presented at this week’s Acoustics 2012 meeting.

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