How nectar bats fly nowhere

Science News | 10/15/2018 | Susan Milius
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FLYING IN PLACE Video shot at high speed records the wing motions of a Thomas’s fruit-eating bat, which relies mostly on the downstroke of its wings to stay aloft during its approximation of hovering. Bats specialized for feeding on nectar (not shown)...
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