False killer whales use acoustic squint to target prey | e! Science News

Hunting in the ocean’s murky depths, vision is of little use, so toothed whales and dolphins (odontocetes) rely on echolocation to locate tasty morsels with incredible precision.

Via esciencenews.com

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