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Hearing the same sound twice in each ear helps insects locate their mates, new research reveals

An incredibly advanced hearing system which enables a group of insects to listen to the same sound twice with each ear, helping them to locate the sound's origin with pinpoint accuracy, has been discovered by scientists at the University of Lincoln, UK.
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