How does moth escape from the ultrasound produced by bat?

Asked by Jatin Sahoo | 19th Feb, 2014, 09:42: PM

Expert Answer:

Bats emit high-frequency ultrasonic squeaks while flying to catch their prey by the process echolocation.
Moths hear the high-frequency ultrasonic squeaks of a bat.
So, moths can know when the bat is flying nearby, and are able to escape being captured.

Answered by  | 20th Feb, 2014, 11:21: AM

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