‘Lost’ Bat Species Rediscovered After 120 Years in the Wilderness

‘Lost’ Bat Species Rediscovered After 120 Years in the Wilderness

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More than a century after it was “lost”, the New Guinea big-eared bat has been discovered by Queensland researchers in Papua New Guinea’s forests.

The tiny critically endangered bat was thought to be extinct, but the discovery shows how much there is to learn about biodiversity in the region.

(READ the story in The Conversation)

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