Bat Flying from England to Russia Dies in Cat Flock 1
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Recently in the Pskov region of Russia, by the cat attackeda bat found. This bat is mostly found in England. Nathusius pipistrelle

It turned out to be a female bat of the genus .

The authorities, who found the bat, tried to save this little friend with a rehabilitation group, but the bat was badly injured by the cat. failed to recover. On the wing of the bat that was flooded ” London Zoo” stamp also attracted attention.

has flown more than 2 thousand kilometers

Bat Flying from England to Russia Dies in Cat Flock 2

The bat found by Svetlana Lapina in the village of Molgino in the Pskov region, the bat defense foundation in England Bat Conservation Trust reported. Authorities say that this small bat, which weighs 8 grams, has been recorded so far. 2nd longest trip announced that he did. It was stated that the longest journey a bat has made before was recorded by a similar type bat that went from Latvia to Spain in 2019. If this bat 2. 224 kilometers broke the record.

Lisa Worledge, leader of the bat conservation foundation, said, “” This is a costly trip on record, and the longest trip from England to Europe we know about a random bat. This bat is a real olympic” he said. Worledge further stated, “ This trip is an exciting scientific breakthrough and another part of the bat migration puzzle. Movements of the Nathusius pipistrelle genera within and between England and the continent remains largely a mystery.”, stating how mysterious creatures Nathusius pipistrelle bats are.

Long migration intervals may be due to global warming

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Brian Briggs, who made the mark on the bat’s wing and is on a mission to record bats in England, said: This is very exciting. It is extraordinary to be able to contribute to the international defense effort to protect these wonderful animals and learn more about their fascinating lifespans.” he said. Briggs also noted that the long migration intervals of these bats are associated with climate change and global warming. is directly connected and the impact of future climate change on breeds. more effect also stated that it could be.

Within the framework of the research carried out to better understand the breeding, migration and dispersal behaviors of bats, since 2014 More than 2,600 Nathusius pipistrelle bat was recorded.

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