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Once this process is complete, the bats are quenched in a water tank that creates a supersaturated solution to prepare the bats for "precipitation aging," which completes the hardening process.
In American Samoa, a third of the tropical tree species depend upon bats for pollination or seed dispersal.
BCI's Robert Benson says that most bat phobias may stem from a single bad bat experience, "which seems to set an opinion about bats for life"--or even from ficticious experiences passed along by others.