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Due: February 16, 2018 9AM Name: _____________________________ Beware of What You Wish For Human beings do not have the most sensitive or acute sensory systems in the animal world. Some bats can hear frequencies that exceed 100,000 Hertz, dolphins receive auditory messages from great distances, and cats can probably localize sounds better than we do because they can rotate their ears. Rats see better at night than we can, eagles have more acute distance vision, and horses have a wider visual field. Rabbits have more taste buds than we do, and many animals have a keener sense of smell. This exercise asks you to consider how you would perceive the world if your senses were
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  • Spring '16
  • Valeria Lovelace
  • human beings, eagles, 100,000 Hertz

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