A bacterium found in soil and used to make food flavorings has cured 150 bats of White-nose Syndrome. Continue reading →
Protease inhibitors may help in the fight against a deadly disease that's killing millions of bats.
Future generations might never experience a turbulent flight thanks to new research on bats and their super sensitive wings.
Animals living during the Jurassic in China could have looked up and seen an impressive sight: a bat-like clawed dinosaur soaring through the skies.
Did you know April 17 is bat appreciation day? These flying mammals, though they look a bit scary, are welcome critters, for the good they do.
Tests show promise in suppressing the deadly disease.
Bats on food runs have their own version of traffic rules to avoid high-speed collisions.
The arrival of spring brings warmer weather, the greening of trees, the blooming of flowers, and animals that have been off taking long naps.
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