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Video: Arctiidae moths can muffle bat sonar

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Lev Bely, 25.10.2012 21:29

A curious video from the National Geographic's “Untamed Americas” miniseries on how Arctiidae moths produce low frequency clicks to muffle the sonar that bats use to guide flight and prey. Thus a bat gets mislead and a moth masterly dodges the attack.

National Geographic Untamed Americas, Moth Jamming Bat Sonar

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