In this three-part video, the bat is shown tracking a moving insect from a stationary position on a platform. While the bat performs this task, microphones recording sonar vocalizations and echoes, and neural recordings are collected. A 'bat detector' device makes the vocalizations of a bat audible to the human ear.
The last segment was captured with high-speed video recording and has been slowed down by a factor of ten. Displayed on the bottom is the ongoing spectrographic representation of the bat's vocalizations.
Wohlgemuth MJ, Kothari NB, Moss CF (2016) Action Enhances Acoustic Cues for 3-D Target Localization by Echolocating Bats. PLoS Biol14(9): e1002544. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1002544