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Dog communication - Wikipedia

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Dog communication is the transfer of information between dogs, and also the transfer of ... The pointing gesture is a human-specific signal, is referential in its nature, and is a ... Depending on t...

Why do foxes' ears point forward?

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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  ...

Why do the ears of a fox point forward as sound detectors

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Foxes move their ears forward when they can hear a faint sound they try and hear the ... Why do the ears of a fox point forward as sound detectors? .... unlike with dogs that end as suddenly as it started, resulting in what sounds like a "Bark!

Why Do the Ears of a Fox Point Forward? | eHow UK

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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 sneak ...

Ears: Do Their Design, Size and Shape Matter? - Scientific American

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Nov 19, 2015 ... It seems like the inner ear does most of the work, so why do ... To test what cupped pinnae might sound like, cup your hands around your pinnae, curving them forward a bit. ... To test this, let the cup of your cupped hand point toward the sound ... Extra: Use your best design to go on a noise detection quest.

Ultimate Cinavia Guide: the protection that refuses to be silenced ...

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Old Blu-ray players usually do not contain a Cinavia detector and ... like the Playstation 4 and Xbox One will contain a Cinavia detector for sure. .... as part of AACS means it can be installed from that point forward. ..... To my ears there is very little sound degradation (if any) after running through "Cinex-HD".

Chapter 11 - Sensory Systems

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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- dependent, ...

Potential Sources of High Frequency and Biphonic Vocalization in ...

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Jan 5, 2016 ... Dog-like canids can produce a low (f0) and a high (g0) fundamental frequency simultaneously. ... without specific anatomical adaptations of the sound- producing structures. ... In contrast, biphonic calls are lacking in fox-like canids: red fox ..... will propagate from its point of origin both forward and backward ....

Foxes use the Earth's magnetic field as a targeting system - Not ...

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Jan 11, 2011 ... As the fox creeps forward, it listens for the sound of a mouse. ... last month which explores how birds – the best-studied magnetic detectorsdo it. ... of birds – it's not entirely clear what the point of having a magnetic sense is. ... Other senses are linked to openings in the body like eyes, ears and mouths, b...

The Hum: An Anomalous Sound Heard Around the World - CiteSeerX

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sound. It is well established in the scientific literature that people can hear ... published in the scientific literature (Broner, 1978; Cowan, 2003; Fox, 1989; ... ports of the Hum describe ''a constant throbbing hum, something like the bass frequency .... include pain in the ears, headaches, discomfort, trouble sleeping ( Lam...