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Uploaded on Jul 8, 2011

This thermal imaging film clip shows thirsty bats swooping in to drink at a livestock trough in northern Arizona's House Rock Valley. Drinking rates of more than a bat per second have been recorded at some of the more arid sites. The sounds you hear are bat detectors picking up the bats echolocation calls.

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