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Bats Recognize The Individual Voices Of Other Bats (June 6, 2009) — Bats use echolocation for more than just spatial knowledge. Bats can use the characteristics of other bats’ voices to recognize each other, according to a new …  > read more

Bats Are Keeping an Ear out for Kin (June 8, 2010) — Bats can distinguish between the calls of their own and different species with their echolocation calls, report …  > read more
Bats’ Echolocation Recorded and Recreated (May 11, 2010) — A team of British researchers has worked with six adult Egyptian fruit bats to record and recreate their calls. These calls are pairs of ‘clicks’ from the bats’ tongues that they use to fill their …  > read more
Whispering Bats Are Shrieking 100 Times Louder Than Previously Thought (Dec. 20, 2008) — Some echo-locating bats seem to be really quiet, appearing to make echo-locating calls that are no louder than 70 decibels. But no one had successfully recorded their volume under natural conditions, …  > read more
Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha
September 22nd, 2010
Topic: ANIMALS & STOCK, Bats, PESTS DISEASES BACTERIA VIRUSES Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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