The all caring climate scammer will probably come up with animal ear muffs and go on their merry way.
Noise Pollution Hurts Animals. Here’s How to Turn The Volume Down
23rd August 2022
by Fay Clark & Jacob Dunn, The Conversation
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From construction projects to busy roads, airplanes, and railways, human noise is everywhere. It is an invisible cause of stress, posingserious risks to human health and wellbeing. However, noise also harms animals living in close contact with humans, in homes, farms, and zoos.
Noise is a distracting, scary, or physically painful sound. The impacts of noise upon humans range from mild irritation to learning and memory problems, permanent hearing damage, and heart disease.
Abnormally loud noise, such as at music concerts or construction sites, iscontrolled to protect human hearing. But noise is not regulated for other animals.
In ourrecent paper, we found a greater awareness and more understanding is needed into how noise harms pets, farm, and…
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