plants and animals

These whispering, walking bats are onto something



Editor and Artist
Bats’ echolocation seems like a mysterious, stealthy weapon to us. But to moths, they are a siren of death, loud as a jet engine. As the moths adapt to disrupt the bat’s sonar, the graceful aerial hunter has moved its dining table closer to the ground.

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