The closest I could find was the hearing range of mice, which is is 1-70 kHz.

I'm curious for 2 reasons:

  • To avoid possible sources of ultrasound that might startle the pet.
  • To try recording their sounds and use pitch shifting techniques to make them audible to humans.
  • it looks like there is no information on the net about this,on the top of the wiki page you have linked to there is a diagram with several animals and i think it is possible to use this to find an estimate of the frequenzy range,if you dont need the exact range. Dec 30, 2017 at 10:20
  • Have you considered testing this in reverse - most animals hearing ranges are tuned for hearing each other, and pray/predators. So if you can record over a wide frequency range, then see if you can find anything across those ranges. Dec 31, 2017 at 16:01


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