Are dolphins basically wet bats? Genetic study reveals surprising similarities

By The Christian Science Monitor
Friday, September 6, 2013 8:19 EDT
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The sonar capabilities of bats and dolphins have similar genetic underpinnings, according to a new paper published in Nature.(Wilfredo Lee/AP) What does a dolphin have a common with a bat? Quite a bit more than expected, it turns out. A new paper published…

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