Echolocation is an adaptation bats use to a. hunt insects in flight b. locate flowering plants c. find warm places for hibernation d. all of the above select the best answer from the choices provided a b c d
d. all of the above
The bats are the only mammals that have managed to perfect flight. They have managed to develop wings, but have started to have a nocturnal life, so in order to be more effective, they have developed their senses like the smell and hearing better, and also developed something new, echolocation. Because the eyesight was not really needed, the bats became almost blind, having very bad eyesight. The echolocation replaced their eyesight though, and it has proven as a very effective adaptation. It is an adaptation that manages to locate objects, food source, be it insects or flowering plants, as well as caves for shelter from predators and cold weather.
Bats use echolocation to
navigate when hunting. foraging for food, and looking for places to roost.
The answer is d. all of the above. Bats use echolocation, a high-frequency system, to fly around and to hunt. Echolocation helps them to hunt insects in flight, to locate flowering plants, and to find warm places for hibernation. Bats' call is pitched at a very high frequency (up to 110 kHz) that are too high for humans to hear.
The correct answer is option D
Echolocation can be defined as the technique by which the bats use sound to locate the places or objects. It is the active use of sonar to locate the insects for hunting in flight during the night time.
Bats also use this technique to locate the places needed for hibernation during the time they are not active and also for locating the flowering plants.
it is D.