What Animals Use Echolocation?

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Echolocation is the use of biological sonar to locate the range of object and ability to identify the object. Animals that have this type of ability are whales, dolphins, shrews and bats.
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Bats are animals that use echolocation. They make a high pitched sound that bounces off of objects and allows bats to know their locations.
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Dolphins are the most known animal to use echolocation. Bats, flying squirrels, and whales also use echolocation. This is a type of sonar that allows to navigate by locating and identifying
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They emit high-frequency sounds or 'clicks' - these sounds bounce off nearby objects and return (echo) back to the sender. This gives the sender a 'sonic image' of their surroundings
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All whales, dolphins, bats, birds, and shrews use it.
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Bats, dolphins, whales, and some types of birds and shrews. There is even a primate called an aye-aye, that uses echolocation. Source(s) http://www.answers.com/topic/animal-echo&hellip
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