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Humans, as well as bats, have echolocation skills

Researchers from the University of Southampton (UK) have been investigating how blind and visually impaired people can use echolocation, the navigational sonar used by bats and dolphins, to determine the location of objects. The study appears in the journal Hearing Research. For the study, the researchers worked with sighted and blind human listeners using a […]

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