elephant have ear flaps so they can pick up good signal
It is probably just what environment they have evolved to.
Certain large animals use ears as a means of heat dispersal. The elephant for example has large ear that it constatnly flaps to get rid of excess heat.
they have ear flaps as they are in the water to reduce the amount of water inside the ear they flap it out and shake their booty
A basic Google search turned up several crocheted hats with ear flaps. I've included links to some below. I particularly liked the kitty one.
Human architecture is based on the usefulness of the senses. Our ears are designed in order for us to receive signals from the world where our eyes cannot see. Because we can keep our ears clean using our hands, our 'ear flaps' don't need to be as large as other animals' ear flaps. Also, our other senses offer us more information, so our ear flaps don't require more area to capture sounds and direct them into our hearing sense mechanisms.
The ear flaps are called 'leather'.
The ear flaps help to direct sound into the inner ear; elephants have very good hearing. The ear flaps have many blood vessels that help to cool the elephant when flapped in the air. Also, a distressed or charging elephant will thrust out their ear-flaps to make them appear more threatening, and signalling their anger/distress.
Yes. They have small little ears
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no, some animals have ear drums in different parts of their body like legs or sides of their body.
Seals and sea lions are marine mammals called 'pinnipeds' that differ in physical characteristics and adaptations. Sea lions (left) are brown, bark loudly, "walk" on land using their large flippers and have visible ear flaps. Seals have small flippers, wriggle on their bellies on land, and lack visible ear flaps.
Sea lions and walruses belong to the same group known as Pinnipeds. However, while the sea lions have ear flaps and long front flippers, walruses have no ear flaps, and have tusks and whiskers.
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A grey seal has no external ear flaps, but it can close its ear holes to keep the water out. Hope that helps!
A water dwellers ears depend on each individual species. Some have outer ears, some have ear flaps, while some have no ears at all.
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so they can hear better The elephants ears are equivalent to the radiators in our cars. As the elephant flaps its ears, the blood that is flowing through the vessels in the elephants ears gets cooled. The bigger the ear better the cooling mechanism.
Dogs are the animals that have an outer external ear.
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African elephants have larger ear flaps than the Indian elephant.
The nose, in the nasal cartilage and nasal septum. The ear flaps, or pinna?
Evolution has created different physical structures inside the ear canals of some animals. Because of these differences, animals are able to hear different pitches, just like humans. However, some animals are able to hear pitches that the human ear cannot.