Why Do Bats Never Get Sick?
Bats are really special little creatures. Unlike most animals and humans, their immune response rarely goes into overdrive mode, which means that they don't really exhibit symptoms of many illnesses. In a way, bats don't get sick... Did You Know That Bats Don't Get Sick?
These Cute Bat Photos Will Change Your Perception of Them!
Bats have a bad reputation. People think that they will fly in their hair, suck their blood, or give them rabies.
Have You Heard This One? The Might of the Bat
Two vampire bats wake up in the middle of the night, thirsty for blood. One says, "Let's fly out of the cave and get some blood." "We're new here," says the second one. "It's dark out, and we don't know where to look. We'd better wait until the other bats go with us."
Fascinating Science - How Ultrasound Works
What links bats, the navy, and baby images? Why ultrasound, of course! Ultrasound is the sound we don't hear, yet it gives us the fascinating ability to "see" with sound and even record images with it. Let this educational video explain the science and history behind ultrasound in simple terms.
Learn About These 8 Animals That Hibernate During Winter
Bats Bats begin hibernating around October and November when the insects are driven away due to cold weather. These flying mammals can remain busy in the course of the hibernation phase but usually refrain from doing any activity because of their self-preservation ability.
7 Incredible Animal Senses That Humans Would Love To Have
Bats - Echolocation Bats are commonly believed to be blind. They are not, in fact. They do have sight. However, since their eyes are smaller and less potent than other predatory animals, they rely on an amazing ability to hunt using sound called echolocation.
Find Out Why Other Animals Keep Giving Us Viruses
Discover How & Why Viruses Jump From Animals to Humans animals, truth, baba recommends, health facts, viruses, diseases, nature facts, bats, disease detection, coronavirus, covid-19, virus history Discover the reason why viruses like the coronavirus and several others keep jumping out of nature into
12 Sneaky Signs That Your Home Has an Infestation
A Fluttering Noise in Your Walls Bats are not only quiet animals, but they like their quiet and don’t take too kindly to loud noises. So if you happen to slam a door and then hear fluttering or squeaking behind your walls, you might have bats. 9.
Animal Rescue: Little Drac
An adorable short-tailed fruit bat is hand-raised by Bat World Sanctuary and named 'Little Drac'. He weighs only a few grams and is no larger than most index fingers, but he still needs just as much tender loving care as any animal!
Elephants Make Huge Stars!
An amazing performance by an Elephant apparently 'born into a family of circus elephants' perform so skillfully for this audience, and so delicately, that he can even lift a small dog in a basket around and no one bats an eye. What an amazing performance, and what an amazing star.
Don't Forget to Look Up - Lovely!
The Bat The ordinary bat that flies around at night, a remarkable nimble creature in the air,cannot take off from a level place. The ordinary nimble bat, a creture so aerodynmaic and fluid, cannot take off from a level plane.
Speed Demons: Here are the 8 Fastest Animals in the World
Brazilian free-tailed bat: 100 mph (160 km/h) Image source - Wikimedia Commons You might be surprised to see a bat on the list, but they deserve it.
Settle in For a Cuteness Ride With These Rare Baby Animals
Baby Bat Eared Fox ( Source ) 12. Baby Gundi ( Source ) 13. Gerenuk Calf ( Source ) 14. Baby Takin 15. Babirusa Piglets ( Source ) 16. Patagonian Mara fawn ( Source ) 17. Baby Proboscis Monkey ( Source ) 18. Baby Agouti ( Source ) 19. Fluffy Honduran White Bat Baby ( Source ) 20.
25 DIY Halloween Decoration We Really Loved This Year
Toilet roll bats Source 12. Graveyard walkway Source 13. Creepy crawly centerpiece Source 14. Haunted family pictures Source 15. Eyeless baby doll head garland Source 16. Fanged pumpkins Source 17. Ghosts in the window Source 18. Bleeding candles Source 19. Spiderweb umbrella Source 20.
Can You Unravel the Mystery of These 15 Riddles?
It's a bat! A pair of binoculars A compass A bat A mouse Depositphotos Depositphotos How can you make the number one disappear? Add the letter 'G'! Add the letter 'G' Add 1 to it Add the letter 'D' Subtract it by 1 Depositphotos What tree do you carry in your hand? It's a palm!
Behold the Darkest Car on Earth: the Vantablack BMW
BMW will basically be launching a bat mobile in 2020, as the brand new X6 model will be covered with vantablack, the darkest material on the planet. It has been estimated that vantablack can absorb 99.96% of visible light, being the closest we can get to total darkness as of now.
I Have Never Been This Moved by a Flower's Beauty
The presentation is accompanied by music To start the music click on "play" Bat Flower Foxglove Dracula Orchid Banksia cuneata Ophrys tenthredinifera "You're only here for a short visit. Don't hurry, don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way."
This Unbelievable Acrobatic Act Left My Jaw Hanging...
The act seems so complicated, yet these acrobats seem to pull it off without batting an eye. Fantastic! An Acrobatic Act That'll Leave You Speechless act, incredible, baba recommends, Chinese, acrobatics This act is a testament to the human body's strength and durability.
5 Animals That are Smarter than They Look!
Vampire Bats - Good deeds for those who did for them. Vampire bats scare many people. They are, after all - a parasite. But even parasites, apprarently, are able to not only work together, but even do each other favors!
Listen to this 7 Year Old Musician, You Won't Regret It...
The orchestra is playing "The Bat" by Johann Strauss Jr., who probably never would have imagined that, more than a century later, it would be conducted so brilliantly by such a young boy.
Today, These Cats Decided NOT to Be a Cat...
they are not: A majestic Sphinx A Lemur climbing a tree A little white rabbit A penguin A fierce lion A lazy snake A sleepy snail A beautiful snow leopard A trained obstacle dog A cuddling monkey A frog A curious mountain goat A turtle A fluffy sheep A lobster A running cheetah A watchful meerkat A Bat
The Incredible Story of Nature's Biggest Migrations
These are the stories of nature's most amazing migrations: Straw-Colored Fruit Bat Every year, between October and December, about eight million straw-colored fruit bats travel from the Congo to Zambia, the world's largest mammal migration. The bats migrate to feed on the wild musuku fruits.
These Haunted Homemade Decorations Will Be a Halloween Hit
Before we start getting our Christmas decorations out, we need to drape our homes with spooky spider webs, hang some bat-coated wreaths upon our doors, and prepare for some Halloween hijinks .
A City Stops to Honor a Sick Child's Wish!
The little batman fan was give the opportunity to star in his own little bat-drama as batkid, the caped crusader. The city-wide event included chases, police, bad guys and damsels in distress, batkid got to join batman in his batmobile as they drove around the city to stop infamous super-villians.