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This video from Ghana in Africa says about itself:

The Business of Food – Ghana: Dear Bats.

By Christine Dell’Amore of National Geographic News, on November 21, 2013:

Five Surprising New Bat Species Found in Africa

Five new species of bats have been discovered in the forests of Senegal, a new study says.

Each less than 4 inches (10 centimeters) wide, the newfound mammals echolocate, or use their natural sonar, to find prey—mostly midges.

“It was quite a shock to find [so many] new species in one study,” said co-author Nancy Irwin, a biologist at the University of York in the U.K.

The bats belong to Vespertilionidae, the biggest and most well-known bat family. But these bats—discovered during seven expeditions by Czech scientists to Senegal’s Niokolo-Koba National Park between 2004 and 2008—are still something of a mystery. (Also see “Pictures: ‘Demon’ Bat, Other New Tube-Nosed Species Found.”

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