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Re: ALULAS, BATS, PTEROSAURS
Ronald Orenstein wrote:
> Imagine a bat version of a stork, a loon or a woodpecker to
> see what I mean. As far as flight goes bats can do pretty much anything
> birds can, though perhaps not quite so well - flying foxes even soar, though
> bats certainly have not produced anything quite like an albatross or a condor.
perhaps this has more to do with bat colony-and-nesting behavior? I'd
really hate to see a colony of condor-sized bats emerging from some
crack in the earth at nightfall. Or an albatross-sized bat squezing
itslf in with 20 others under some bark in a tree.
The guano piles must be something unbelievable......