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A white-tailed deer keeps its ears open while grazing in South Hero, Vt. Rob Swanson/AP hide caption

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Hungry Deer May Be Changing How Things Sound In The Forest

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The debate over whether an audio clip says "yanny" or "laurel" is tearing the Internet apart. Westend61/Getty Images hide caption

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Noisy Clip

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How do we make sense of all that chatter? Ilana Kohn/Getty Images hide caption

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How People Learned To Recognize Monkey Calls Reveals How We All Make Sense Of Sound

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The smaller the bubble in that glass of champagne, the higher the pitch — and the price. Viktoria Rodriguez/Getty Images/EyeEm hide caption

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The sound of bubbles in a glass of Moët & Chandon champagne.

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