Biologists are on a quest to find where bats hibernate when there are no caves nearby.
Places like Washington, D.C. offer them a safe haven from disease
They have gadgets and gizmos aplenty
Our glass and metal buildings might pose a threat.
Turns out bat sonar is simpler than scientists thought.
About 25,000 to 3,000 years ago, land mammals died out in massive numbers from the Arctic to the Caribbean, which … Continued
When the guy in the cubicle next to you microwaves his tikka masala or tears open a bag of chips, … Continued
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The ability to recognize individuals by sound helps bats stay connected in the dark. Scroll down for an audio sample.
And it works kind of like a penis.
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