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Vampire Bats | National Geographic

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Published on Jul 29, 2013

Thermal imaging offers a rare bat's-eye view of how vampire bats hunt. They use heat sensors in their noses to identify the best place to bite a sleeping pig. A vampire bat might drink half its weight in blood in a single sitting.
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