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Sonar or echolocation explained

Sonar + Echolocation

Echolocation is a remarkable ability to use reflections of a signal to understand your environment. Dolphins, for example, can scan their environment using echolocation to catch food. And ships use sonar, a form of echolocation, to survey the depth of water around them.

I wish I could echolocate. Then I wouldn’t need the one eye trick.

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