Researchers from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana have found that mice can learn to imitate new tones similar to singing when they are trying to court female mice. In captivity, the mice would match the tones made by the other male mice, in an effort to compete for female attention. These tones produced by the mice are ultrasonic and cannot be heard by the human ear.
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