Dog uses echolocation to find his way around

November 14, 2010

In this video is a wonder dog Rowan. He was born without eyes. He finds his way around through echolocation by using his own barking as a signal. The signal mirrors from the objects nearby and thereby indicates the location of the dog. In the meantime, a four year old blind boy has learned to find his way around by clicking his tongue. He can even ride a bike. Bats also use echolocation to navigate.

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