Blind People Using Echolocation Much Like Dolphins or Bats

BBC Earth examines two blind people, a young boy named Sam and an older man named Daniel, that use echolocation to navigate the world around them in much the same way as dolphins or bats. The actual mechanics of human echolocation and animal echolocation aren’t the same, but the concept is similar.

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