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(National Geographic)   Scientists can't find any female bats on Madagascar, the internet   ( divider line
    More: Weird, Madagascar, scientists, non-governmental organizations, humeri, breeding season  
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2013-08-14 03:52:37 PM  
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found one
2013-08-14 03:53:44 PM  
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2013-08-14 04:53:39 PM  
How can he be so sure he's sexing them correctly.  Wasn't mentioned in the article, but maybe we've got a pseudophallus-type thing going on here.

/Oh, I see this was published like three months ago, and someone already mentions that in the comments section.
2013-08-15 02:19:15 AM  
You gotta love a scientist who can see his life's work in perspective: "We've done what we can, but we've been pissing in the wind."

Kudos to you, Mr. Bat-wang-checker.
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