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The bat blueprint – On Biology

http://blogs.biomedcentral.com/on-biology/2017/03/08/the-bat-blueprint-bat1k/?utm_content=bufferdd12d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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Roosting in conical leaves reduces the clarity of bat communications – A new zoology thing for curious kids – 2 New Things

“Spix’s disk-winged bats don’t live the standard cave-bound lifestyle we usually associate with flying mammals. The natives of Central and South America generally roost in the thick, curled leaves of plants like calatheas. Weighting in at only four grams, a handful of bats can hide in a single furled leaf, hanging on thanks to the suction-cup disks on their wings and legs that they’re named for.”
http://2newthings.com/roosting-conical-leaves-reduces-clarity-bat-communications/