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Researchers have said that a fossilized whale skull found outside Charleston, South Carolina shows all the tell-tales signs that are related to echolocation.
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Bats rule the night skies due to the power of echolocation or reflected sound which gives the mammals an evolutionary edge over other nocturnal species, a new study has found.
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Despite the difference in their size, with one weighing 50 tons and the other weight just a few grams, bats and whales share a similar story.
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Scientists have found that there are certain genetic similarities between bats and dolphins and that the evolution of similar traits in different species.
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Researchers have found that echolocation works better than eyesight, even under adequate light.
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Researchers have showed that hawkmoths use sonic pulses from their genitals to respond to bats producing the high-frequency sounds.
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At EPFL, a team from the Audiovisual Communications Laboratory (LCAV), under the direction of Professor Martin Vetterli developed the computer algorithm.
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Scientists have developed a new dolphin speaker device which they say could help one talk with these remarkably intelligent mammals.
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Bats and toothed whales use surprisingly similar acoustic behaviour to locate, track, and capture prey using echolocation, the biological equivalent of sonar.
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