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Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 6-5-2021 | 5 comments
A new experiment has shown that humans are quite capable of learning how to 'see' with sound.
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 6-21-2015 | 7 comments
Scientists have discovered a species of bat that was three times the size of any that are alive today.
Category: Natural World | Posted on 11-9-2014 | 9 comments
Mexican free-tailed bats have the remarkable ability to sabotage the food finding efforts of their peers.
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 10-14-2013 | 12 comments
Mankind no longer needs to rely on evolution to obtain new sensory perceptions and abilities.
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 8-3-2013 | 16 comments
A team of researchers has developed an echolocation system that could enable a person to see using sound.
Category: Natural World | Posted on 7-11-2013 | 6 comments
Echolocation may provide dolphins with the unique ability to see a woman's developing fetus.
Category: Natural World | Posted on 10-19-2012 | 4 comments
Dolphins have the ability to stay awake for weeks by sleeping with one half of their brain at a time.
Category: Natural World | Posted on 7-23-2012 | 19 comments
A new study suggests that dolphins may use complex nonlinear maths when hunting for fish.
Category: Metaphysics & Psychology | Posted on 10-7-2009 | 2 comments
Seven-year-old Lucas Murray is completely blind but is nonetheless able to see through a type of echolocation, a technique involving the use of clicks to pictur...
Category: Natural World | Posted on 8-24-2009 | 6 comments
Scientists have been conducting a new study in an attempt to understand how the noses of horseshoe bats operate in producing sounds.