How nectar bats fly nowhere

The first direct measurements of wingbeat force show how hard hovering is

Pallas's long-tongued bat hovering

LAP IT UP  A Pallas’s long-tongued bat hovers while sipping with a skinny tongue tipped with nectar-catching micro-fingers.

Glenn Bartley: www.glennbartley.com

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