Luna Moths Use Long Tails To Throw Off Attacking Bats

February 17, 2015 3:49 PM

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Moth species using long wingtip tails to create sonic distraction to fend off attacking bats. Sound of fluttering tails interferes with the bats' echolocation hunting technique, study finds.(Photo : National Park Service)

Moth species using long wingtip tails to create sonic distraction to fend off attacking bats. Sound of fluttering tails interferes with the bats' echolocation hunting technique, study finds.

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