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Strain, G. M. How well do dogs and other animals hear? Retrieved March 8, 2022, from https://www.lsu.edu/deafness/HearingRange.html 
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Keywords: Animals
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Gives this chart:

 

Species Approximate Range (Hz) 
human 64-23,000
dog 67-45,000 
cat 45-64,000 
cow 23-35,000 
horse 55-33,500 
sheep 100-30,000 
rabbit 360-42,000 
rat 200-76,000 
mouse 1,000-91,000 
gerbil 100-60,000 
guinea pig 54-50,000 
hedgehog 250-45,000 
raccoon 100-40,000
ferret 16-44,000 
opossum 500-64,000 
chinchilla 90-22,800 
bat 2,000-110,000 
beluga whale 1,000-123,000
elephant 16-12,000 
porpoise 75-150,000
goldfish 20-3,000 
catfish  50-4,000 
tuna  50-1,100 
bullfrog  100-3,000 
tree frog 50-4,000 
canary  250-8,000 
parakeet  200-8,500 
cockatiel 250-8,000 
owl  200-12,000 
chicken  125-2,000 

. . . and this image:

Interesting that dogs are most sensitive to frequencies in the same range as humans (c.3000–5000Hz).


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