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Bat Squad! – Hey Bat, What’s Your Habitat?

Bat Squad! – Hey Bat, What’s Your Habitat?

This time on Bat Squad! Bats can be found all over the earth. girl: And, you might have many species in your neighborhood. They could be hiding in your trees, bird feeders. And, sometimes in the attics of houses. They are there, but you just don’t see them. This is just amazing. Hey, bat friends. […]

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How To Sew A Beginner Bat Plush

How To Sew A Beginner Bat Plush

Hi, I’m Brittany of BeeZeeArt and today I’m going to show you how to make a bat using my beginner bat pattern this pattern is available on either Etsy or Craftsy and the links will be in the description. Before I start I just wanted to mention that I do have 3 birds in the […]

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Can bats help us understand the human brain?

Can bats help us understand the human brain?

– Here in the bat lab, we use bats as our research subjects, but we’re not explicitly and only interested in bats. We’re really interested in general questions about how humans and other animals take in information from the environment, and use that information to guide behavior. We’re also interested in attention and perception, navigation […]

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Bats and White-Nose Syndrome

Bats and White-Nose Syndrome

Bats are fascinating mammals, and are important components of healthy ecosystems. The bats native to Canada are insect-eaters, and their value in controlling crop and forest pests is estimated in the billions of dollars. Yet, three bat species in Canada are now listed as endangered because of a fungal disease called white-nose syndrome. The fungus […]

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What is Echolocation? Eyes for Bats, Dolphins, Whales and SONAR Explained

What is Echolocation? Eyes for Bats, Dolphins, Whales and SONAR Explained
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Batty for Bats – Science Nation

Batty for Bats – Science Nation

KENNY BREUER: If you just watch them in the sky, they can fly like nothing else. MILES O’BRIEN: Whether they are in your belfry or not, bats get a bad rep. In fact, up close, they’re kind of cute. And they’re mammals not birds. The only mammals on Earth that can fly under their own […]

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Bat White-nose Syndrome: There is a New Fungus Among Us By Dr. David Blehert

Bat White-nose Syndrome: There is a New Fungus Among Us By Dr. David Blehert

Dr. David Blehert:  Thank you, Bill, for the very nice introduction and thanks to Hannah Hamilton for inviting me and the USGS communications group for arranging my visit. So today, I’m going to talk about bats and new bat disease.  Let’s see if I can my slides to advance.  Can everybody hear me OK? Audience:  […]

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Vampire Bat Attacks!! Scary Kids Stories for Halloween 2019 | Gorgeous Movies

Vampire Bat Attacks!! Scary Kids Stories for Halloween 2019 | Gorgeous Movies

(knocking and squealing) (knocking) (squealing) – Ew, what are you? (squealing) (breathing heavily) (squealing) (upbeat music) (squealing) Hello little fella. There’s no need to be scared. (growling) (purring) (growling) (squealing) Please be my friend. I’ve always wanted a pet. (purring) – What on earth is that? – It’s my pet bat, he just came from […]

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These Whispering, Walking Bats Are Onto Something | Deep Look

These Whispering, Walking Bats Are Onto Something | Deep Look

Slicing through the shadows… Scanning for prey hidden under a cloak of darkness… Bats are masters of the night sky, thanks to their twin superpowers: flight and echolocation, using sound waves to find prey. So, what the heck is this one doing… It’s hunting on the ground – and not flying. Kind of an undignified […]

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Batusi Nights Trailer – Dances with Bats

Party time! Bailey the grey-headed flying fox just hanging out Shadow the black flying fox posing for the camera Enigma the spectacled flying fox eating a grevillea flower Miss Fifi the little red flying fox having cuddles Shadow the black flying fox having cuddles and ear tickles Pavarotti the grey-headed flying fox checking out the […]

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