A Textbook Evolutionary Story About Moths and Bats Is Wrong

A Textbook Evolutionary Story About Moths and Bats Is Wrong
Heather Faubert/University of Rhode Island via AP

The standard version of the tale—the one told in textbooks and hundreds of scientific papers—goes like this. Millions of years ago, bats evolved a kind of sonar, allowing them to perceive the world by making high-pitched calls and analyzing the rebounding echoes.

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