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Default Surprising results from a unique bat study in the US reveal shifting behavioral patterns due to environmental change

Historical radar data from weather monitoring archives have provided unprecedented access to the behaviours of the world's largest colony of migratory bats and revealed changes in the animals' seasonal habits with implications for pest management and agricultural production.

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