Bats Use Polarized Light To Set Internal Compasses

Although bats are known for using echolocation to orient and navigate, they draw on a suite of senses to get around. A new study reveals another ability: Bats use patterns of polarized light in the sky to navigate.

https://www.wired.com/2014/07/bats-use-polarized-light-to-set-their-internal-compasses/

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