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Re: ASYMMETRICAL OWL EARS
At 10:58 -0500 8/12/98, email@example.com wrote:
>Matt Troutman writes..
>Matt Matt Matt, you forgot to mention the fact that some (all?) owls
>have asymmetrically positioned ears: one ear is literally higher up
>one side of the head from the other. This aids directional hearing.
How is this different than just tilting the head? Can owls tilt their heads?
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