Cuttlefish can hear well, new study


This video is called True Facts About The Cuttlefish.

Translated from Rob Ramaker in the Netherlands:

Monday, December 1st, 2014

The common cuttlefish, a cephalopod that lives off our coast, appears to have a good ear. Possibly, the animals listen with this whether they can hear enemies coming. This is evident from noise tests conducted by Wageningen biology student Julia Samson. She writes about it in the Journal of Experimental Biology.

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