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Experts Step Up To The Plate To Help Threatened Bats

A disease has killed 5.7 million of the flying mammals

Experts Step Up To The Plate To Help Threatened Bats

A disease has killed 5.7 million of the flying mammals

Above, bat expert Rob Mies holds Camilla, the largest bat in the world, at the home of Bill Schutt in Hampton Bays on Sunday, May 18. Mr. Mies is the founder and executive director of the Organization for Bat Conservation, based out of Michigan. Bottom left, a big brown bat, which eats insects, is the type of bat that visits Long Island in the summer. Bottom right, these bats only consume fruit juice and spit out the pulp. Alyssa Melillo

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