Animals hear in many ways. - Rev. ed.

United States, 1983

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Indicates that animals hear when sound vibrations produce similar vibrations in their own bodies. Shows that different parts of animals’ bodies may be specifically adapted to receive these vibrations. Shows the ways in which dogs, elephants, bats, fish, snakes and some insects hear. Suitable for middle and upper primary levels.

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Norman Bean Films

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George J. Holland



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