Feb 13, 2024, 09:12 AM IST

 9 animals with incredible sixth sense

Srishty Choudhury

Comb jellyfish: Possess a remarkable ability to sense water movements and changes in their environment.

Mantis shrimp: Equipped with complex eyes capable of perceiving polarized light and detecting rapid movements.

Spiders: Utilise sensitive hairs on their legs to perceive vibrations and navigate their surroundings.

Bats: Rely on echolocation, emitting high-frequency sounds to navigate and hunt in the dark.

Dolphins: Possess an acute sonar system, enabling them to navigate, communicate, and locate prey underwater.

Pigeon: Demonstrates an exceptional homing ability, utilizing Earth's magnetic field to navigate vast distances.

Platypus: Detects electric fields generated by prey in the water, enabling precise hunting even in murky conditions.

Sea turtles: Exhibit an incredible sense of navigation, utilizing Earth's magnetic field to guide their long-distance migrations.

Sharks: Detect minute electrical fields generated by prey, allowing them to locate potential meals even from a considerable distance.