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  • n. Plural form of echolocator.


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  • They placed microphones in the ears of the echolocators and recorded them echolocating outside.

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  • Goodale said while he found the results very interesting scientifically, he was most struck by the abilities of the echolocators themselves.

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  • The researchers found that when echolocators were listening to their echolocation clicks and echoes, the part of the brain normally used to see lights up.

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  • Perhaps you are thinking of echolocators, such as bats and dolphins?

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  • "There are no measurements of the directionality of the sound beams used by blind echolocators like Kish," Moss said.

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  • "The story could be further enriched if there were data about prestin genes in echolocating birds and other echolocators, such as shrews," he says.

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  • To approach validity, there would have to be no current non-echolocating bats and no non-bat echolocators.

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  • There would also have to be no fossil evidence of non-echolocating bats and no fossil non-bat echolocators.

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