Subject: How do dogs hear a bigger range of frequencies than humans?
Date: Thu Dec 7 10:55:15 2006
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Is the anatomy of the canine cochlea different? Does the canine brain process
the information differently? I have done many searches online and have talked
to many vets and still do not have an answer to this question. Thank you.
Re: How do dogs hear a bigger range of frequencies than humans?
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