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Frogs’ lungs help them find a mate

Male frogs call to attract females, but how can females tell that it is a male of the same species calling? Green tree frogs use the same principle as in noise-cancelling headphones – and they are far better at it.

By Birgitte Svennevig, , 3/4/2021

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Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard is an Associate Professor and expert in animal hearing at the Department of Biology.

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Editing was completed: 04.03.2021