Check out this neat video highlighting how frog-eating bats are using frog mating calls to know where to pick up dinner:
This is a very intriguing aspect. It goes down to Charles Darwins Theory on Natural selection. That nature chooses its best fit to be preserved for the next generation. I am sure the type of frogs also or will develop a resistance intelligence to distinguish between their mating sounds to mimicked sounds from the bats.
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