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Mice sing like a jet-engine

(University of Southern Denmark) Mice court with love songs that are so high frequency they are inaudible to the human ear. New research published in Current Biology shows mice make their unique high frequency sounds in a surprising way that has only been observed by supersonic jet engines.
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