Climate Change-Driven Heat Wave Killed a Third of a Bat Population in Two Days
Almost one third of a bat species population in Australia perished during a heat wave in November 2018.
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This School District Gave Its Teachers Tiny Baseball Bats to Stop Shooters
A surefire deterrent against a domestic terrorist with a semi-automatic rifle.
Baby Bats Mimic Local Bat Slang to Fit In
A study of fruit bat pups shows how bats use vocal learning, commonly thought of as uniquely human, to pick up new accents.
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After a dreamlike wild goose chase to find a murderous woman in a red dress, a nun finds herself in bed with actors.
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Millions of bats have died because of a fungal disease that no one knows how to stop
Millions of animals dead, a disease devastating entire populations in multiple states, and no cure or treatment in sight: That’s the reality of white nose syndrome, a disease that has killed over 5 million bats in the U.S. in the past decade.
The Winklevoss’ Bitcoin Fund Is Back From the Dead
Bitcoiners are holding their breath.
Someone Found a Dead Fucking Bat in Their Packaged Salad
Fresh Express has recalled some of its organic spring mix thanks to extra organic material.
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Gunpowder Is Shit
The forgotten context of the Second Amendment.
Ecological Impact Assessments Aren't Protecting Bats from Wind Farms
Loads of time and money goes into assessing wind farm impacts, little goes into seeing if those predictions were correct.
The Uncertain Future of Québec’s Most Beautiful Abandoned Mine
After a vote on Wednesday, Québec might blow up the mine with dynamite.
Bats Crash Into Each Other All the Time, High-Speed Cameras Reveal
Hey, I’m flyin’ here.
This Medicine-Misting Bat Cave ‘Air Freshener’ Could Ward Off a Deadly Disease
White nose syndrome has killed an estimated 6 million bats in North America, which are an important part of our food system.