An echolocating Myotis bat Add Video

A long-legged Myotis bat echolocates among flying insects. See the bat open its mouth to emit each echolocation call. This video was taken at 1000 frames per second and slowed 30 times. Audio was also slowed 30 times, naturally dropping the pitch so we can hear the bat sonar pulses.

Posted by Aaron Corcoran on September 23, 2013 at 3:27 PM 2822 Views

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