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The bat's sonar enab es it to ocate moths and other flyirg insect prey. Reflexive y,
the iroth's ne"v0us system alters the motor output to its wing muscles, sending the
insect into an evasive spiral toward the ground. Although it is probably too late ...
Sorne snakes have very sensitive infrared receptors that detect body heat of prey
against a colder background (Figure 49.5a). Some fishes generate electric
currents and use electroreceptors to locate objects, such as prey, that disturb
ceptors to locate objects, such as prey, that disturb those currents. The platypus,
a monotreme mammal, has electroreceptors on its bill that probably detect
electric fields generated by the muscles of crustaceans, frogs, small fish, and
other prey ...
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