Spotted seals hear well in and out of water

Two spotted seals, named Amak and Tumu, were orphaned as pups and raised at the Long Marine Laboratory at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Hearing tests revealed that the animals hear frequencies that may mean they are susceptible to the effects of anthropogenic noise

C. Reichmuth

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