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Scientists play classical music for crocodiles

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Why not

Next they will be running on treadmills along side the shrimp.

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Still Waters

If they'd played "Crocodile Rock" to them instead it might liven them up more.

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third_eye

Oh just toss Sir Elton in among them ...

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Eldorado

I wouldn't dare go near them when they're enjoying the Nutcracker Suite score.

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Echoes

At least the Crocs have taste in music...

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Tom the Photon

Jokes aside - what is the purpose of this 'research'? So now we know that crocodile brains respond to sounds? What will they investigate next: do crocodile eyes respond to light? do lions need to eat? can blue whales fly?
Do people really get paid to do this sort of pointless nonsense? I'm in the wrong job!

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Jon the frog

Always wanted a lake full of crocodile so my neighbors get eaten... I like crocs !

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travelnjones

I have been playing Prog and heavy metal to dogs. Every time we go to the dog park. Tucker do you like the lamb lies down on broadway ...woof. Sarah do you like Testament ?

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mysticwerewolf

what a waste of money

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