Snakes detecting incredible minute changes in temperature.
Bloodhounds being able to smell a few (let's not get technical) molecules of scent.
Eagles/hawks being able to "see" a field mouse from a mile or two away.
Moths/bugs detecting incredibly small amounts of various substances.
Add dogs' ability to hear high pitched sounds which we can't detect. Vibrations can emit such high tones (think tuning fork).
We have most of the same sub-sonic detetcion abilities. Of course we do -- mammals are mammals. If dogs or elephants can have it we'll have it in some lesser degree. However we overwhelm ourselves in the speech and day-time visual channels. It takes a lot of practise to develop those VLF sensing abilities. I've read that many of the blind do. I've tried to develop my own.