Human brain’s ‘bat sight’ found

The part of the brain used by people who can “see like a bat” has been identified by researchers in Canada.

Some blind people have learned to echolocate by making clicking noises and listening to the returning echoes.

A study of two such people, published in PLoS ONE, showed a part of the brain usually associated with sight was activated when listening to  echoes. Read more

Categories: Genetics, Health

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