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  • n. An organism capable of echolocation.
  • n. An organ that performs echolocation within an organism.


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  • Therefore there is no theoretical impediment to an echolocator evolving flight or a flyer evolving echolocation, since the two traits are entirely separable and need not have arisen simultaneously.

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  • This had previously been noted as a rare phenomenon, such as blind guide for the blind Daniel Kish and Ben Underwood, known by some as the world's best "echolocator."



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