Tongue-driven sonar beam steering by a lingual-echolocating fruit bat

Experimental measurements and theoretical modeling provided insights into the mechanisms by which tongue-clicking fruit bats change their echolocation sonar beam direction without changing head aim or mouth shape.

Dynamic echo information guides flight in the big brown bat

Bats regulate biosonar based on the availability of visual information

Can the elongated hindwing tails of fluttering moths serve as false sonar targets to divert bat attacks?

The weak but persistent echoes from the hindwing tails of luna moths may help them confuse the sonar-guided bat predators, even though the tail echoes themselves are not strong enough to completely distract the bats' attention.

The acoustic field on the forehead of echolocating Atlantic bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)