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Two newfound species of bats recently discovered in Kenya are endearing, lemon-colored fuzzballs. But scientists aren't interested in these bats just for their flashy colors; the animals also provide important clues about some very tangled branches in the bat family tree.
And they aren't all dressed in yellow; these insect-eating bats, which can weigh up to 3 ounces (85 grams), have bellies tinted in a range of colors, from white to brown to an orange-gold, study co-author Bruce Patterson, the MacArthur curator of mammals at the Field Museum of Natural History (FMNH) in Chicago, told Live Science.
What is Manhattanhenge?
Sunsets in New York City can be spectacular, but during certain days in May and July, the alignment of Earth and the sun creates an unusually striking phenomenon known as "Manhattanhenge," when the setting sun lines up within the grid layout of the city streets.
Scotophilus - Species - Alike - Species - Species
But because different Scotophilus species can look very much alike, determining where the different species are found and how many species inhabit a given region...
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