Did Bats Evolve Twice?

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Many bats use echolocation to find their food. Now this complex process starts by sending out ultrasonic calls, too high-pitched for us to hear. But the sound can be so loud that bats must protect their ears by contracting their ear muscles each time they call out.

The call then bounces off objects and creates a sound map for the bat. It’s so precise that bats are deadly hunters of the insects they enjoy.

Now there are two groups of bats that are so different, most evolutionists believe bats evolved twice. And they believe echolocation evolved four times!

But bats didn’t evolve. They were created.

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