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Temples have a complex and multi-layered history. They have been used for religious purposes and to protect the population from enemies for thousands of years. Bats are not just in these temples for recreational purposes. Their roosting in temples could facilitate the identification of health issues in humans. Bat droppings can serve as a source of food for microorganisms, which can lead to health problems in humans [ 51, 52 ]. Bats carry a wider range of pathogens than other mammals, including viruses such as coronaviruses and rabies-causing viruses, bacteria such as Salmonella, Coxiella, Bartonella, Mycobacterium, E. coli, and protozoa such as Cryptosporidium. Salmonella choleraesuis and B. hyodysenteriae have been found in Indian bat droppings [ 53, 54 ]. Bat droppings can be contaminated with pathogens if they come in contact with human waste. Bat droppings are generally odorless and of a great variety in consistency, which is inconsistent with some studies [ 55, 56 ]. However, a limited study in Maharashtra, India, showed the presence of bats inside seven out of 19 Hindu temples [ 57 ]. Such studies may be restricted to a particular location, but these temples and their associated bats may represent the hotspots for bat roosting. Bats caught in such temples can be used as a potential source for pathogen E. coli and Salmonella detection, providing valuable data for their potential role in maintaining the health of humans [ 56 ]. Relatively high numbers of a high proportion of bats are found in Indian Hindu temples [ 51 ]. A similar proportion of bats (Pipistrellus sp.) roosts in 18 out of 21 temples across Maharashtra, India [ 58 ]. However, more studies are needed to determine the significance of bats in these temples in the context of health.

Bats are also primarily insectivorous, which is common in many Indo-Pacific cultures. These bat species consume about 50% of the insects eaten by humans, and the bats are critical for the control of insect pests and disease vectors of humans [ 59 ]. People in the ancient times might have exploited the services of bats by using them as a source for insectivorous food.

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THE ARKHAM WAR rages on as Batman faces off with Bane, The League, and the various weapons he’s built in their quest to take control of the city. Don’t miss the first-ever issue of THE ALL-NEW BATMAN #7, published on October 25!

I’ll be frank: This is a fairly faithful recreation of a theme, going to some silly extremes. See, I’m a dog lover. When my parents go camping, they leave me in the home base so I can supervise the pooch. So, naturally, the pup likes to explore the campsite and here’s where she runs into trouble; I don’t want the pooch to get into anything dirty or that sounds threatening so I have her wear a stupid bat costume. Still, she likes to explore, she’s curious and she’s not afraid of doing things. When she does get into trouble, she pouts and pleads for the right to do something else instead.

When like the crack of a bat! was revealed at the Upload VR Showcase, the team said they’d been brainstorming a silly Bat-themed game, with a somewhat eccentric protagonist style.

“We ended up drawing a small bat for prototype, had some fun and here we are. If you’re holding two batss, you can play. If you’re holding just a basic two-finger view, you can play. If you’re holding a third, you can control the bat.”

“We wanted it to be the kind of game you could just play.”

You can find my first hands-on with The Bat! here, where I try out the game for the first time. And for the full, out-of-this-world experience, I recommend you check out the Upload VR Showcase right now.

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Figures above are reprinted from:
Vogels G, Maestri E, Batya R, Meiklejohn K, Schmidt PA, et al. (2013) Comparative Genomics of the Ancient and Recent Bat Lineage Show that Ancient Bats Were a Distinct and Monophyletic Group From Recent Mammals. PLoS Genet 9(1).

See the article for the full reference.

We sequenced a total of 63 whole genomes of bats from 55 species (Supplementary Tables 1, 2). With this dataset, we created Bat1K as a publicly available resource for bat genomic variation 38 and present the first scaffolds for nearly all bats (Fig. 1). Bat1K includes genomic sequences with assembled bases from Illumina short read data, genetic markers for five bat species, and an annotated genome for each species. The quality of each genome assembly is assessed with a score, ranging from 0 (less than expected accuracy) to 20 (as close to expectation as possible). The genome sequences were produced with the BlueGnome’s Celera Assembler pipeline, which combines PacBio long and Illumina short reads, and the Canu de novo assembler. The majority of the genomes were produced with the latest version of the Celera Assembler (version 7.0 for Illumina reads and version 5.2.1 for the PacBio reads), complemented with version 5.3 for 18 genomes. Eight other genomes were produced with version 5.0 and an additional 18 with version 4.1. For these 18 genomes, the Bat1K pipeline includes the latest version of the Canu assembly software (version 1.0) with all available and relevant long-read sequences. Canu parameters were chosen as follows: the Canu input parameter MinReadLength was set to 20 and a recommended value of 1× the optical map resolution (N50) was used for both paired-end and mate-pair libraries. Additional parameters were tuned for each genome, and the Canu output parameters were set to target N50 and minimum contig coverage of 0.4×. Details of the command line parameters used for the Bat1K pipeline for each genome are provided in the Supplementary Note 3.

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This “report card on bats” campaign will be an important piece of our work. Currently, only six states (Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Vermont) have legislation on the books that protect bats and bats are listed as being a species of concern in states that have introduced bills to protect bats.

In fact, as of September, six states (Minnesota, New Mexico, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina and Pennsylvania) have protected all known species of bats from harm. And, the number of states listing bats as a species of concern are protected has expanded from four to nine. There is a big push to protect bats at a national level as well.

This effort is a part of the Bats & Bridges Coalition that includes Bat Conservation International, the Partnership for the Wild Life of North America, The Fund for the Wild Asian Ridge and The Fund for the Wild & Protected Yellow River Delta of China.

Wildlife and Natural Resources Trust of Illinois (WNRI) is the Illinois lead of the coalition that includes state groups such as Bat Conservation International, the Illinois Natural History Survey, Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Illinois Parks and Recreation Association and the Illinois Pollinator Partnership.

This coalition will continue to identify bat needs, and leverage the influence of influential advocacy groups like the Nature Conservancy and the National Wildlife Federation to raise awareness about the importance of bats.

What is The Bat!?

What is The Bat!?

While this book is very much about the bats’ use of Microsoft® Outlook®, it is about more than that. It also has information for you to understand how Outlook runs, how to view what’s in the database, what’s in the server, and much more. It tells you how to access the mailbox(es) on your computer, whether you want to have a single mailbox for all e-mail, or use a “hub” mailbox where all mail comes in, and then is relayed to your different e-mail accounts. It explains the difference between POP3 and IMAP e-mail, and if you want to use POP3 or IMAP, what are all the steps involved, and how to configure your e-mail software.

1. A bat is a flying mammal, members of the order Chiroptera. They are the only mammals capable of true flight. More than 1000 species have been recognized as extant. They vary enormously in size, ranging from microscopic (less than 5 mm) to quite large. Some weigh as little as a gram, and others as much as a kilogram. One species, the vampire bat, is the largest bat in the world. Perhaps unsurprisingly, most bats are carnivorous, eating insects, fruit, small reptiles, birds, lizards, and small rodents. They are active for much of the night, and are important insectivores in tropical rain forests, and also in urban areas in temperate regions.

Draculin is just one protein in the saliva secreted by vampire bats. Carter and O’Shea recently released another study that examined the protein Spitting Lamp, which is a bitter tasting compound that is found in some species of South American cat. This study, just published in Science, describes a similar anti-coagulant-type protein in leeches that is effective against the blood-sucking parasite, Wolbachia, that can cause reproductive disorders and make insects resistant to pesticides.

O’Shea said it was possible that the anti-coagulants could be more useful than they’ve initially been made out to be. In fact, he and Carter have discovered there are two different types of anti-coagulants in the saliva of vampire bats:

The first is an “enhanced” protein that substantially increases blood coagulation and is a traditional anticoagulant. This may be how vampire bats, and the leeches, are able to draw blood without being hurt by the process.

The second is a “cascade” protein that actually increases blood coagulation while the bat is feeding on its victim, he said. The cascade protein binds to platelets, blood cell components that prevent blood from clotting. By inhibiting the cascade protein, the bat may have an easier time latching on to its meal.

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What is The Bat! and what is it for

What is The Bat! and what is it for

What is like the crack of a bat! and what is it for:
Working to preserve and restore the bat’s habitat through citizen science. Support citizen science by joining the BatTracker Program! Begin by tagging a bat during your monthly visits to find its roost tree.

Participants identify a type of bat and record basic information about it, such as gender, species, color, location and a description. When tagging, tag numbers are assigned to each type of bat to make it easier to compare or compare across years. Two-year tags are used during one summer of the year, and three-year tags are used for another summer. Tags can also have a unique paper bar-code.

The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife and partners offer several public programs in the Puget Sound area aimed at protecting the bat population: bat planning handbook, bat tourism guidance and bat maternity and nesting guidance.

The Bat! is a web-based project designed to help citizens track and document the presence of bats in residential areas of the United States in order to aid pest management efforts. In addition to assisting you with identification, The Bat! also helps you monitor population changes, track disease, and try to combat nuisance bat issues.

Main checklists are now available for summer and fall bat activity from mid-May through October. Checklists for winter activity are available through the fall.

As the season progresses, checklists will be posted to the website on an ongoing basis. Checklists are also now available for other bat species, such as the Virginia big brown bat, which is a rare species in Maine.

Getting Involved

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Maine’s Batshaped Map is not a scientific study, but a general guide of known bat activity in Maine, including hibernacula, bat roosts, and winter concentrations of bats. Because it does not show maternity roosts or maternity colonies, it is not intended to be an accurate scientific assessment.

Thanks to a generous Maine Sea Grant Consortium and funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, like the crack of a bat! is available for free to citizens.

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HOLM, Ivar – Nunnve (THE BAT) is a stunning read. When I think about what a gripping read this book is, I don’t even need to describe it in order to convince you to check out this gem. The only thing more compelling and gripping than this book is the multi-discset of films based on the book!

The Bat is a murderer, a thief, and he seems to live pretty well. But people have a way of breaking through even the most impenetrable security, so is the cliche about the walls have eyes eventually true? No, not quite. Often when I read a series of graphic novels, I can tell who the killer is, usually because he is (usually) a complete psycho. But in this case, the mystery wasn’t as easy to figure out as I had hoped, and I finished the book, not exactly certain who was the murderer. So why would I like it that much? Well, the drawings were great! And the voice actor is really good, which helps a lot.

The character design is very vivid, filled with both color and black and white. This, combined with the creativity in the paneling, makes for a vivid visual experience. As with so many graphic novels, this one is a great story with very well-done art. A crime comics adventure for the ages. I’d recommend this to anyone who likes this kind of book.

“If you read this, The Bat will come…and he will come with horrible intent for you. Trust me. Enjoy.”

I’d like to thank Watchct for providing me with a copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own and honest.

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The bat has evolved in a unique way, but it is not as different from other mammals as you might think. It has a furry-covered body, four limbs, and a tail. It also has lungs that filter air, a heart that circulates blood, kidneys that flush waste, and a digestive system that links to its mouth.

Because of its blood-filtering lungs, bats are excellent at combating disease. They also have the ability to fly and they can eat a great variety of prey. Birds are an ideal meal for bats

Bats have adopted a lifestyle that is unique to each species. They differ from one another in color, size, even the size of their wings. Some species have long tails to fly with and others have short wings that cant even reach their ankles. A long-eared bat has ears that stick out and tail that is short, while a big-eared bat has ears small, but bigger than the short tail.

The bat has big eyes with nicks and that look like an orange. It has bat wings that are fixed, or in other words. They can fold against its body. Its nose is large and globular. Its ears, eyes, nose, and mouth are covered with skin called the fur. Its fur is very short, barely covering its face, and that can help it stay warm and conserve energy.

Bats weigh between 50 and 400 grams, which makes them tiny when compared to most animals. They are covered in fur, which is very effective when it comes to staying warm.

The name “bat” has its origins in alligators. If a girl would be dared to kiss a gator, her lips would taste of “bat.” The same thing applies to bats.

A bat is an animal that is furry and flightless. Unlike most other mammals, bats are not warm-blooded, but instead, are powered by an internal-combustion engine.

Each species of bat has very unique characteristics. Bats can be classified by their echolocation, their diet, their lifestyle, or other factors. Their are four groups of bats: the phyllostomids, the carolliids, the molossids, and the vampiids. The roosting behavior of bats varies by type of bat. Bats can be found in many different countries, and each has its own unique character.

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  • They are the second most species-rich mammalian order, second only to rodents [ 44 ].

  • Bats are versatile and abundant insectivores, which do not just consume insects, but also take blood, nectar, and pollen [ 45, 46 ].

  • Nearly 1000 species have been recognized thus far [ 47 ].

  • One-half of the world’s terrestrial vertebrates rely on chiropteran eating to survive and this proportion is nearly five times higher than in the case of humans [ 32 ].

  • Bats are host-specific to parasitic and pathogenic microorganisms, such as viruses, protists, and helminths [ 48 ]

  • Some bat species are regionally important and ecologically sensitive [ 29 ]

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