Many people may not know it, but bats can be just as adorable as dogs and cats.
There are 21 cases of rabies reported in Michigan. The officials warn the people to protect themselves from rabies.
When you're talking with a person in a crowded place, you can focus your attention on the conversation you're having while ignoring the ones happening around you. But how is this possible?
Climate change may actually be helping bats.
What's helping drive the deaths of bats worldwide? It may not only be due to white-nose syndrome
Bats may have the heaviest wings comparatively to their body size-but why? Scientists have taken a closer look at bat wings and have found that they're specially designed to allow the mammals to land upside down.
Obstacle avoidance may be easier than it sounds when it comes to echolocating bats.
It turns out that a certain bat may actually emit two different types of weak echolocation signals alternately in order to find prey.
Scientists are learning a bit more about bat hunting habits. They've created the first visual images from echolocation to show how these nocturnal creatures sense their world.
Scientists have discovered that this lighting can alter patterns of bat species activity and feeding, which may impact the health of the species and have cascading effects on the ecosystem as a whole.
It turns out that some plants have the ability to actually lure in bats for a little extra fertilizer.
Scientists may have found a link between two deadly fungal infections. Researchers have taken a closer look at snake fungal disease and have found that it's eerily similar to the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome in bats.