Wow, that article has tons of really interesting details, like how bats avoid deafening themselves and how moths defeat bats’ sonar.
Originally shared by Florian Haas
“The tiger moth Bertholdia trigona produces clicks at a very high rate (up to 4,500 per second) to jam bat echolocation.”
Holy crap. Moths sonar-jam bats.
What is it??
Was talking bats with my son last night – going to have to show him this!
Wow, how interesting
Tucker Bruns clearly we agree.
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