Old World Fruit Bats Use Unique Form of Echolocation, Researchers Find

An international team of scientists from Israel and Thailand has found that Old World fruit bats, which have always been classified as non-echolocating, actually do use a previously unknown, rudimentary form of echolocation. According to the team, two of these non-echolocating species – the Cave nectar bat and the Lesser short-nosed fruit bat – use [...] —> Read More Here


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