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Chinese claim world’s first ultrasonic frog

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Chinese claim world's first ultrasonic frog

Scientists have discovered how Amolops tormotus, AKA the concave-eared torrent frog, makes itself heard above the gushing waterfalls of its habitat in east-central China: bat-style ultrasound.

The discovery, detailed in today’s issue of journal Nature, makes this particular crazy frog the first non-mammal known to use ultrasonic communication.

Read the complete story here. (The Register)

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