Wild Fact #162 – Seeing With Sound – Oilbird

Wild Fact #162 – Seeing With Sound – Oilbird

Did You Know? The Oilbird is the only nocturnal, flying, fruit-devouring bird in the world (the Kakapo comes close but they don’t fly) In order to see in the darkness of the night, the Oilbird will rely on echolocation (yup, just like a bat) This nocturnal bird is known to

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Wild Fact #976 – Jamming to the Sounds of Sonar – Tiger Moth

Wild Fact #976 – Jamming to the Sounds of Sonar – Tiger Moth

We have heard of the space arms race or nuclear arms race. It seems we are always try to one-up other countries to be the best or the first to achieve something.  It appears that we are not alone in this sort of competition. This same sort of one-upping competition

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Wild Video – Tiger Moth Jams the Bats Sonar

This is a very short clip of a bat attempting to catch a tiger moth.  Turn on the sound so you can hear the clicks of the Tiger Moth. Enjoy!

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