[Milton-L] The Team: The bright side of the bat
dario.rivarossa at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 00:40:43 EDT 2011
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.
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