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With nearly 1,000 species worldwide, bats constitute one of the largest groups of mammals. They are also the world's only truly flying mammals and can form colossal aggregations. Yet despite their vast numbers and a wide distribution between the Arctic Circle and the tip of South America, we have only recently begun to understand much about their lives and their remarkable ...more
Paperback, 72 pages
Published December 14th 2003 by Voyageur Press
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Sarah Batchelder
Sep 07, 2009 Sarah Batchelder rated it really liked it
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A great introductory book to bats of the world. Lots of great pictures. Published in 2000, so there is absolutely nothing about White Nose Syndrome in here, but it's still a great book.
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