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Scientists Have a New Way to Listen to the Songs of Mice

If you've ever encountered a mouse scurrying around your house, chances are the only sound you heard out of it, if you heard anything at all, was some squeaks. But mice are actually much more musical than we humans give them credit for. It's just that we can't hear most of their vocalizations, which are ultrasonic and out of the range of human hearing. Mice start making ultrasonic vocalizations as young pinkies to get their mother's attention, then grow up to use them in social settings.
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