[Milton-L] The Team: The bright side of the bat

Dario Rivarossa dario.rivarossa at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 00:40:43 EDT 2011

Dear Bob,

oh, yes, the interesting thing was the "new" symbology adopted by
Tasso, inaccurate as the scientific description may be. Anyway it was
more accurate than the usual commonplace.

>That's interesting, but afaik bats no bats hang one from another except pups on their dams. Adults often press closely together.  It must have been very difficult, before the invention of directed-beam lanterns, to make observations of things that occur in the dark.

Bob Blair

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