Which Animal Do You Hear Like?

Can you hear the hum of the hummingbird?

Penelope Green
On Mar 24, 2019

Can you sleep in a noisy room?

Are you easily startled?

Can you hear a whisper?

Do you easily understand people over the phone?

Headphone or earbuds?

What kind of music do you listen to?

Can you follow a conversation while in a noisy restaurant?

Pick a soothing sound:

You hear like an elephant

You hear like an elephant

You have excellent hearing superior to human standards! You communicate in extremely low ranges but you are always heard. You also possess excellent communication skills and are able to get your point across without always rising your voice.

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You hear like a bat

You hear like a bat

You can hear EVERYTHING! No matter how noisy or disorienting a place or situation, you can coherently comprehend everything being said, and even remember the song that was playing! People should be careful about what they say around you!

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You hear like a dophin

You hear like a dophin

You hear a great range of sounds, much like the dolphin! From musical tones to radio frequencies, your sensitive ears catch the best of both worlds.

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You hear like a cat

You hear like a cat

Much like a cat, you hear whatever you want to hear, whenever you want to hear it. However, your ability to catch high frequency sounds ensures that you're never caught of guard.

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You hear like an owl

You hear like an owl

You're a great listener known for your intelligence, but it's really your calm and insightful nature that gives this impression. You hear everyone out and are always conscious of your surroundings.

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You hear like a dog

You hear like a dog

Your ability to pick up on extremely high-pitched sounds is only one of the perks of having dog-like hearing! You can usually sense what a person is trying to say by the tone and frequency of their speech, or even by the rhythm of their footsteps!

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