Yes. Many insects have ears, although they do not look much like ours.  The ears of many insects are not on their heads.  Crickets and katydids have their ears on their front legs.  Each ear looks like a little patch of cellophane.

The ears are actually membranes that work something like our eardrums.  Moths and grass hoppers catch sound on their abdomens.  Most insects can hear only the high-pitched sounds similar to those they make themselves.–Dick Rogers

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