“Nighttime sheep-herders rejoice, for green-glowing sheep are now a thing. Two questions, though. How? And why?”
This Bat Knows How To Drink
“In the latest issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,a team describes one species of bat’s particularly elaborate nectar-scooping tongue.
Pallas’s long-tongued bats live in Central and South America. They’re roughly 2 inches long, and they spend their nights going from flower to flower. And each bat has a tongue about twice as long as its head.”