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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, proving that bats can fly across seas.
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U.S. stocks ended a volatile session mostly flat on Friday as investors digested comments from Federal Reserve officials that raised questions about how quickly the central bank will end its stimulus program.
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Bats rule the night skies due to the power of echolocation or reflected sound which gives the mammals an evolutionary edge over other nocturnal species, a new study has found.
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Despite the difference in their size, with one weighing 50 tons and the other weight just a few grams, bats and whales share a similar story.
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Scientists have found that there are certain genetic similarities between bats and dolphins and that the evolution of similar traits in different species.
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Researchers have found that echolocation works better than eyesight, even under adequate light.
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Scientists have discovered five new species of bats in West Africa.
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A new study on fruit bats used cutting edge technology to see how these small mammals move through the air.
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Researchers have showed that hawkmoths use sonic pulses from their genitals to respond to bats producing the high-frequency sounds.
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Nocturnal, fast-moving animals like bats could have an ability to recognize certain vocal aspects of others from their social groups, a study has claimed.
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Scientists have found significant differences between the rhythms in a part of the brain used in navigation in rats and bats.
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Bats are amazing creatures, which have survived for 65 million years against all odds, offering vital clues to immunity and human longevity, according to an Australian study.
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