Report Reveals; Bats Transmit Signals to Interfere with the Hunt

November 7, 2014 7:11 AM

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Report Reveals; Bats Transmit Signals to Interfere with the Hunt

A recent research revealed that the Mexican free-tailed bat make use of echolocation communication skills to interfere with each other.

It is indeed a really surprising study since we never imagined that bats can work like footballers or Navy engineer. Bats utilize echolocation to locate its prey. However, there are some species like Tiger moth who can produce sounds which interferes with the bat’s echolocation.

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