Just Like Dogs, Bats ‘Waggle’ Their Heads Too — Here’s Why

»»Just Like Dogs, Bats ‘Waggle’ Their Heads Too — Here’s Why

A new research says that bats also waggle their heads back and forth to listen for coming insects. The study claimed that by waggling their heads, bats can locate their prey, especially if the movements of their prey are becoming irregular

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