Takeaways:

  • Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have found that echolocating bats can make sounds spanning around seven octaves.
  • They found that these bats use a specific structure in their voice boxes known as false vocal cords to lower the frequency of their calls.
  • The bats make these sounds when they fly in and out of a densely packed roost.

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