'Reverse evolution': bats hunting on the ground. Evolution doesn't often go into reverse but, in New Zealand, bats seem to have reverted to the hunting techniques of their ancestors. Unlike most bats, which catch their prey in the air, the short-tailed bat has also adapted to ground hunting and is one of the few bats in the world which spends large amounts of time on the forest floor, using its folded wings as `front limbs' for scrambling around.
Enfermée depuis 53 ans, une plante a créé son propre écosystème pour survivre !
Surprenant que cette plante ait pu croitre dans un milieu environnant se réduisant chaque jour
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