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Sounds green to me

Michael Gross, 13/09/2017

Ultrasound – sound at frequencies  greater than 20kHz – although inaudible to our ears, is useful. Bats and ships use it for navigation, obstetricians take pictures of the unborn foetus specifically with the harmless high-frequency waves beyond 2MHz.