Sound waves help false killer whales 'see' prey

Thursday, March 22, 2012 - 12:30 in Biology & Nature

Like their dolphin cousins, false killer whales can "see" underwater using echolocation to bounce sound off of objects. Now, a new study finds that the animals can actually focus their echolocation on their target much like humans can focus their vision on objects near and far.

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