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  1. Echolocating bats prefer a high risk-high gain foraging strategy to increase prey profitability

    This article has 7 authors:
    1. Laura Stidsholt
    2. Antoniya Hubancheva
    3. Stefan Greif
    4. Holger R Goerlitz
    5. Mark Johnson
    6. Yossi Yovel
    7. Peter T Madsen
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      eLife assessment

      This study presents important findings on the hunting strategies and energy intake of a bat in the wild. It combines several methods (biologging, captive experiment, and DNA metabarcoding) to provide convincing evidence for the claims. While relevant for researchers in the broad field of animal ecology, in its the current form, the significance of the results may be hard to appreciate for a general audience.

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