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Researchers at Western's Centre for Brain and Mind have found that blind echolocation experts use the 'visual' part of their brain to process the sounds that help them navigate. This study, which appears this month in the scientific journal, PLoS One, is the first to investigate the neural basis of natural human echolocation.

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