Dog anatomy comprises the anatomical studies of the visible parts of the body of
a canine. ... Their legs can propel them forward rapidly, leaping as necessary to
chase .... This white region (the n...
As foxes move forward to approach an animal, their ears naturally point in the
direction they walk, so they can hear the softest of sounds coming from their next
Most members of the canine and feline families have ears that point forward. ...
Unlike most mammals, they can detect the low-frequency sounds of small ...
Grazing animals, including rabbits, are vulnerable to predators, like the fox, that
But how can we tell when a sound is above or below or front and ... some amount
of direction detection capability built into each ear. ... and have evolve to have 1
ear forward and higher than the other. ... the cells were organized in a precise
topographic array, similar to ...... What's the point of eyebrows?
Feb 10, 2010 ... The frog does not have an external ear comparable to that of most other ...
Alternatively, it may serve as a release point of acoustic pressure in the inner ear.
In other words, the opercularis system may have a function similar to that of the ...
being the end-organs which are dedicated to the detection of sound.
However, the characteristics that make them sound different to our ears are ...
And SonoBat makes it easy to do this with an intuitive point and click interface. ....
but in many places in North America, a bat detector giving tone-like chirps at 40
kHz .... and are often referred to as flying foxes because many have dog-like
The ear is composed of a sound conductor (the outer and middle ear) and a
sound ... Thus, the point of greatest mechanical excitation in the cochlea is
frequency-dependent. ... The outer hair cells can produce more energy than they
receive from ... The detection thresholds of sound pressure are frequency-
The large ears of desert foxes help the animal to stay cool in the desert heat. ...
Large ears also trap and amplify sounds. ... Even the bottoms of the foxes' paws
are furry, creating a snowshoe-like foot that prevents the animals from sinking too
Feb 12, 2016 ... These chirps are gravitational waves converted to audible sounds. ... The louder
chirp is a higher frequency better suited to human ears. .... Waves of the right
frequency would make the cylinder ring like a tuning fork, .... of the LIGO
Laboratory, the group that built and runs the detectors. ... Looking Forward.
Dec 11, 2013 ... Some people have suggested that dogs tilt their heads to the side when we
speak to them so that one ear can hear more clearly what we are ...