Animal echolocation Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Animal echolocation.

  • 2 Encyclopedia Articles

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The Animal echolocation Study Pack contains:

Encyclopedia Articles (2)

1,179 words, approx. 4 pages
Echolocation Echolocation is the process of using sound waves to locate objects that may be invisible or at a distance. Some bats use sound to locate their insect prey. Bats have vocal chords modified... Read more
215 words, approx. 1 pages
Echolocation Echolocation is a physiological process that some animals use to gain information about their environment. By emitting and detecting its own sounds reflected from objects, animals can avo... Read more
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