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'Gone Bats' Over Aeroecology

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Thermal infrared image of Brazilian free-tailed bats in Texas.

Thermal infrared image of flying Brazilian free-tailed bats in Texas. Key to false colors: yellow (warmest), red (warm), green (cool) and blue (coolest).

Credit: Thomas Kunz, Boston University


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Doppler radar images showing the reflectivity of Brazilian free-tailed bats.

Aeroecologists isolate the reflectivity of Brazilian free-tailed bats on Doppler radar images.

Credit: Thomas Kunz, Boston University


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