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ET Shane Pearson of All Things Wild, a pest control company, says he's responded to a record number of bat calls because the flying rodents have been seeking warmth. (Courtesy Shane Pearson of All Things Wild) The extremely cold and snowy winter has
But here are some researchers studying the flight dynamics of fruit bats so that they can build more efficient flying robots.
If a save situation arises, Reid Reilly will be called on to close the door. The two juniors being the leaders of the rotation and bullpen has been known for a long time...Bats=Right Shortstop: SO, Peter Van Gansen. Bats=Left 3rd Base: SR, Jimmy
Breaking News Bat Yam Mayor Lachiani suspended from role for a year Bat Yam Mayor Shlomi Lachiani has been suspended from his role as mayor for a year, a special committee has decided in wake of fraud and graft charges brought before him. The
The shipment, which originated in China, aroused the curiosity of the inspectors when they saw suspicious markings on the container. Protected, rare bats such as these require special a licensing here in Israel.
A frog's evening serenade beckons his would-be suitors but also summons competition from rivals and attracts predators, making dating a dangerous endeavour, international researchers said Thursday. The tiny brown tungara frog, found in Central and
A fungus that has killed millions of bats around eastern U.S. has landed in western Missouri. Missouri, and before that the virus was found among bats in Missouri caves near the Mississippi River. Tony Elliott, with the Missouri Conservation
Experts say a bat caught inside an Air Force basic training dormitory in South Texas has tested negative for rabies. Wednesday that immunizations continue for more than 200 trainees who might have been exposed. Several Mexican free-tailed bats, which
The B.C. government is worried that a disease that has killed millions of bats in eastern North America may arrive here during the next five to 10 years. In a news release issued today by the province's environment ministry, the public is asked to
A tiny bat the size of a human thumb has become the first to be recorded crossing the North Sea from Britain to mainland Europe before meeting an untimely end in the Netherlands. The lifeless body of the Nathusius' pipistrelle, which weighs just 7.6g,