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When a rattlesnake shakes its tail, does it hear the rattling? Scientists have long struggled to understand how snakes, which lack external ears, sense sounds. Now, a new study shows that sound ...

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A person with great hearing abilities can hear anything between 20-20,000 Hz. 20-25 Hz is described as the lowest sound that a pipe organ can make or the sound of a low cat purr while about 4,100 Hz is the highest note a piano can make. Using this knowledge we now know that snakes can only hear what we would consider lower sounds.

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How can snakes hear from its skin and bones? They can't hear per se, but because the ligaments in their jaws are flexible, the jaw bones can pick up vibration when the snake rests it chin on the ...

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How Do Snakes Hear? Technically, snakes do not hear because they don't have ears. Specifically, they are deaf to sounds that travel through the air. However, they do manage to sense what would be sounds to animals with ears. However, the snake does have an inner ear.

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Last month I wrote about whether snakes sleep, a topic that is far more interesting than the minuscule amount of research devoted to it.Another common question is whether snakes can hear, since they don't have external ear openings. The short answer is yes, snakes can hear, but the long answer is (as usual) more complicated.

www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2008/03/04/2179359.htm

Scientists have shown for the first time how snakes can hear, despite their lack of external ears and internal eardrums. The US and German research shows that snakes have two hearing systems, one ...

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The Rattlesnake vibrates its tail when annoyed or disturbed - causing the loose sections to rub together - which we hear as the characteristic rattle. share with friends. Share to:

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You may think snakes are deaf since they do not possess external ears, but it has been discovered in studies by J. Leo van Hemmen and Paul Friedel of the Technical University of Munich, Germany, and the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience that snakes can indeed hear to some extent.

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How to Avoid a Rattlesnake Attack. Rattlesnakes are pit vipers, found in various parts of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. In Central and South America, they are almost everywhere there is wilderness. Contrary to popular belief,...

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RATTLESNAKE FAQ’s by Christie Klinger . Q. How can I tell the difference between a rattlesnake and a harmless non-venomous snake? A. Rattlesnakes can usually be identified by two key characteristics that non-venomous snakes lack. First, they have a broad triangular head, narrow neck and thick body. Secondly, they have a rattle on the end of ...