July 22, 2019

    vocal learning in bats
    vocal learning in bats
    Learning to communicate by repeating others (known as vocal learning), is only done by a handful of mammalian species, including humans. Typically, babies learn from their mother, but new research on bats demonstrates that bat babies can learn the dialect of the colony by repeating noises from the other colony members.

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