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Natural Selections: Echolocation

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The sound a bat emits to navigate by echolocation is so loud, it would deafen the bat, if the inner ear bones didn't disengage during the couple of microseconds the sound lasts. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley discuss the remarkable adaptations that allow bats to fly "blind."

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