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I think chickens are very sensitive to noise. I once heard about a case where chickens had died by the thousands for no apparent reason... then the cause was discovered to be a nearby factory putting out sounds at just the right frequency... that is, the natural resonance frequency for chicken skulls.
 

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I can see the chickens freaking out and trampling each other to death. I guess I'd better take chicken off my list for my next pet- 3 kids in this house and there's never a quiet or dull moment.
 

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"Did I just hear that the animal turned inside out, and then it EXPLODED?"
 

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I think chickens are very sensitive to noise. I once heard about a case where chickens had died by the thousands for no apparent reason... then the cause was discovered to be a nearby factory putting out sounds at just the right frequency... that is, the natural resonance frequency for chicken skulls.
That's interesting - thanks :)
 

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OMG Im worried about my cat now....

Hes a farm cat... we think hes a cross of many animals for many reasons.. anyway, when we make this high pitched noise he takes off like a bat out of hell... We use it as a deterrant for him near the door....

Perhpas he has a chicken skull... I might have to stop doing that.
 
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