•Wild mice were exposed to high and low frequencies of mining noise for 28days.•High frequencies increased corticosterone and circling particularly in females.•Low frequencies decreased grooming and circling due to mild stress.•Sex-dependent hearing features generated differences on behavioural responsiveness.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science – Elsevier
Published: Dec 1, 2017
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