Full-color photos & full-color illustrations. Explains how bats "see" in the dark, which bats eat fruit or insects and which suck blood, and why some bats have "nose leaves," ear spikes, and other unusual facial features. "The author manages to correct just about every erroneous notion many persons still hold about these mammals. A wide distribution of this volume is to be encouraged."--(starred) Science Books and Films.
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