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Studying bats leads to better aeroplanes
Many aspects of the animal world have been borrowed by humans in the process of creating objects and technology. Bats, for example, aided radar. Bats can also, a new study found, help us to fly aircraft better.
Bats use echolocation to hunt for túngara frogs
A new study has shown how male túngara frogs are easily detected and eaten by bats. Because the frogs bellow, the bats can find them through echolocation.
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