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Upside-Down Rooster

Credit: Daniel Riskin.
Researchers have discovered why a species of sucker-footed bat that lives in Madagascar roosts head-up. The bat uses wet adhesion rather than suction to…Read More »









cling to leaf surfaces. This clinging mechanism will only keep the bat secure when head-up.   Less «
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