Can Turtles Hear?

Answer

Turtles have inner ears that give them better insight to the vibrations around them. They may not be able to hear airborne sounds, but that's okay -- since they make up for it with their exquisite eye sight and smell.
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they have ear slits.
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Turtles do not hear airborne sounds as loudly as we do, but they can sense and interpret
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1. Connect the Turtle Beach headset to the computer via the USB connection cable that came with the device. 2. Click the "Start" button in the computer's taskbar and select
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There are very small auditory canals on their heads. You just have to look carefully.
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