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Name: Jim M.
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Age: 30s
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Date: 1999-2001


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What animal or bird has the highest heart rate? I thought mice had a very high heart rate but by friend said that the humming bird has the highest.


Replies:
Your friend is correct

Peter Faletra Ph.D.
Office of Science
Department of Energy


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