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Last Updated: 10 June 2022

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The auditory system of cartilaginous fishes

"Based on current findings, cartilaginous fishes are most sensitive to low frequency sounds, and there is a lot of evidence that their inner ears use particle displacement measurement rather than sound pressure detection. " Nevertheless, further research is required to confirm the findings of long distance detection of sound sources that could be based on pressure oscillations. " This report investigates the chondrichthyans' inner ear's diverse and functional significance, as well as what is known about their hearing abilities. "The effects of anthropogenic sound are also investigated: how underwater sounds are processed by the central nervous system, the effects of sound on acoustic ecology and behavior, as well as the potential effects of anthropogenic noise. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11160-022-09698-8

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