why cats and bats are able to see at night?

Asked by  | 8th Jun, 2008, 05:19: PM

Expert Answer:

Bats use echolocation, a method that works very much like radar. Bats emit high-pitched sounds and make then bounce off objects. The bat's huge ears pick up these sounds and its brain determines the distance and direction of the object the sound bounced

Answered by  | 9th Jun, 2008, 10:58: AM

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