Researchers recently used a machine learning algorithm to decode the squeaks Egyptian fruit bats make in their roost, revealing that they “speak” to one another as individuals. It turns out, not only do they communicate, but they also argue – a lot. Jeff and Anthony also argue a lot, so they weigh in on this discovery and what it might mean.
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