Humans Behave Surprisingly Bat-Like in Echolocation Study

Bats and dolphins aren’t the only animals that can use echolocation to detect objects in their environments. Humans can use echolocation too, and it’s a game-changer for people who are blind. On Wednesday, scientists provided further proof that this ability isn’t just reserved for superheroes in a new study, arguing that humans are more bat-like than we might think.

Human echolocation reached the world stage in 2015, after Daniel Kish, an expert in human echolocation who has been blind...

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