Visually impaired humans can develop the ability to navigate their surroundings using echolocation, like bats and dolphins.
With their echolocating abilities and fast sensory-motor reactions, bats are amazingly quick on the uptake.
Birds and many reptiles evolved a specialized way of breathing—one-way air flow.
Bats can elicit sound frequencies that disrupt other bats' sonar signals.
From bats to whales, echolocation helps certain mammals navigate environments with limited visibility using reflected sounds.
Volunteers around the country assist researchers studying the environment.
Research suggests White Nose Syndrome in bats will have bleak ecological and economic consequences.
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They prowl in the dark, soar through starlit skies... they are vampire bats and they're looking for blood!
Despite the fact that they don't communicate through sound, some moths have ears. Find out why on this Moment of Science.