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Flying Deaf? Earliest bats probably didn't echolocate

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9:23am, February 13, 2008

Fossils of a cardinal-sized creature recently unearthed in western Wyoming suggest that primitive bats developed the ability to fly before they could track their prey with biological sonar.

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