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A more likely explanation is that we have brains that perceive rather than we have eyes that see and ears that hear.


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Sensations on the skin play a part in how people hear speech, say Canadian researchers.


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Are elephants so smart that they can spot the difference when they hear people speaking different languages?


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A micro-ear could soon help scientists eavesdrop on tiny events just like microscopes make them visible.


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Bats and dolphins bounce sound waves off their surroundings and by listening to the echoes can "see" the world around them. Some blind humans have also trained themselves to do this, allowing them to explore cities, cycle and play sports.


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