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Bat Biosonar Uses Doppler Shifts to Track Prey

News   Jun 05, 2019 | Original story from Virginia Tech

 
Bat Biosonar Uses Doppler Shifts to Track Prey

This research has led to the design of a bat-inspired robotic sonar head, shown here being attached to a drone, with a movable 'noseleaf' and "ears." Credit: Virginia Tech

 
 
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