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The speed of the bee's wings produces a 'hum' which falls within the range of our hearing. The crow's wings do produce a 'note' but it's too low for our ears to detect. Human hearing range falls roughly between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz,

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Q: When a bees flies we hear the sound produced by its wings .why cant we hear a crow flapping its wings as it flies?
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