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 What dolphins and crickets have in common 



Despite being so far apart in evolutionary terms, dolphins and crickets may both use a sound-transmitting lipid to hear things.
Despite being so far apart in evolutionary terms, dolphins and crickets may both use a sound-transmitting lipid to hear things.
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