Special 3D Compass Cells in Bats' Brains Help Them Orient Themselves

December 4, 2014 2:22 PM

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Bats have brain cells that are particularly involved in helping the mammals navigate in three-dimensional directions. Other mammals, including humans, may also have neural compasses that work the same way.(Photo : Meridy Scott)

Bats have brain cells that are particularly involved in helping the mammals navigate in three-dimensional directions. Other mammals, including humans, may also have neural compasses that work the same way.

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