|MadSci Network: Zoology|
I found this article: http://www.caves.org/pub/journal/PDF/V58/V58N1-Koemel.pdf But I am pretty sure it is a joke (perhaps a April fools entry in a real journal). But, it begs the questions: Do any organisms emit or have the capability to receive light frequencies below infrared (radio, microwave, ELF, VLF)? Given how useful this type of communication/sensing is to our civilization, and how simply the required electronics can be made, it wouldn't surprise me if nature figured it out first. Thanks!
Re: Do any organisms utilize radio waves for sensing or conmmunicating?
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