Researchers discovered that bottlenose dolphins can detect weak electric fields using remnants of their neonatal whiskers. This finding, which shows dolphins can sense both steady and fluctuating electric fields, suggests a new understanding of how dolphins hunt and possibly navigate using the Earth’s magnetic field.
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