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100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia

 
Citizenperth

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01/10/2014 06:33 AM
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Re: 100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia
I use to go to caves in Hill Country and watch them fly out at dusk, they eat mosquitoes so guess what happens now verysadufo56
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they eat US?

damned

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01/10/2014 07:09 AM
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Re: 100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia
maybe it is a combination of things chemtrails, radiation,
heat and more things who knows for sure.
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01/10/2014 07:31 AM

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That's just batshit crazy!
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01/10/2014 02:02 PM
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Re: 100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia
Obviously no one cares much... but here's another source

[link to www.abc.net.au]

Mass deaths at about 25 separate colonies have been reported since the weekend, including at Mt Ommaney, Redbank, Boonah, Palmwoods, Laidley and Gatton.

RSPCA spokesman Michael Beatty says the heatwave was a significant hit to the population of bats across the state.

"The heatwave was basically a catastrophe for all the bat colonies in south-east Queensland," he said.

"That's obviously going to have a pretty disturbing impact on those colonies and those colonies are vital to our ecosystem."
Amy_A  (OP)

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01/12/2014 11:13 PM
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Re: 100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia
Obviously no one cares much... but here's another source

[link to www.abc.net.au]

Mass deaths at about 25 separate colonies have been reported since the weekend, including at Mt Ommaney, Redbank, Boonah, Palmwoods, Laidley and Gatton.

RSPCA spokesman Michael Beatty says the heatwave was a significant hit to the population of bats across the state.

"The heatwave was basically a catastrophe for all the bat colonies in south-east Queensland," he said.

"That's obviously going to have a pretty disturbing impact on those colonies and those colonies are vital to our ecosystem."
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Thank you so much for this info. I am glad we have confirmation.

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Citizenperth

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01/13/2014 12:10 AM
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Re: 100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia
this is kinda wierd...

nothing much on the news, but stuff on the internet... blamed the heat-wave which i understand cause it was damn hot... and we are in south eastern queensland...

then yesterday i had a request from a canadian newspaper intern for an interview on it.....

Last Edited by CitizenPerth™ on 01/13/2014 12:10 AM
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01/13/2014 07:08 PM
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Re: 100,000 bats fall dead from the sky during a heatwave in Australia
I doubt it was the heatwave that caused them to fall dead. I know bats are sensitive especially to temperatures but this doesn't sound right. Isn't it usually hot down there? Or at least pretty warm? These bats probably were used to the temperatures for that climate...
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yes it is hot for our summer 40 degrees C last week, but no.. the report is wrong... it would have been on the news... nothing

the only environmental news at the moment is

1. WA wants to cull the sharks
2. They want to put a huge dredge through the barrier reef for the transport of yellow cake
3. The dam-container collapse in the daintree rainforest of radioactive sludge at a uranium mine...

= no bat doom
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screw the bats, we are going through a 4 day heatwave in melb of 43 degrees celsius :(

water please!
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