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Researchers have discovered that tiger beetles use ultrasonic mimicry to avoid being eaten by bats. By producing high-frequency sounds that mimic the echolocation calls of their predators, the beetles are able to confuse and evade the bats. This adaptation has allowed the beetles to survive and thrive in areas where bats are present.

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