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What can frog's ears do?

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The tympana or ears of frogs are not adapted for hearing in the water. But in some frogspecies the males are to be known calling the females from under water, like the European species Pelobates fuscus.

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The ear is used for hearing, and like humans, helps our balance
A frogs "ear" is called the tympanic membrane. it can "hear" by detecting the vibrations of sound.

While frogs do not have external ears, they do have ear drums. These ear drums not only help them hear but provide them with balance and orient them to their surroundings.
To detect sound waves from sound. Basically the frogs have something called a tympanic membrane. Think of it as an eardrum without an ear. It is just behind their eyes.
To hear other frogs for communication,and to reproduce. They hear Ultrasounds that the human ear isn't capable of hearing.
they hear and feelvibrations and movement in the water.

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Every ears can hear so a frog's ear can listen, or hear too.Sometimes other animals can find food with their ear.They could even see with their ear but only if they have ultrasound.Ultrasound is when you could hear high pitched noise and low pitched noise.The concave-eared torrent frog can hear these noise.So can other dolphins,bats and whales.This is what a frog's ears can do.

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Under the water frogs can hear dragon flys and flys

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