Moths evolve to jam sonar to escape bats: Hawkmoths emit sonic pulses with their genitals to confuse predators

Hawkmoths (pictured) in Borneo create sonic pulses by rubbing their genitals on their abdomens. These pulses are designed to respond to high-frequency sounds created by bats. —> Read More Here


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