In a study published in the Mammal Review journal, researchers found despite ugly animals making up 45 per cent of native fauna, they received minimal scientific attention.
Literature on 331 Australian mammal species was reviewed and then grouped into three categories - the 'good', which includes iconic species such as kangaroos, echidnas, koalas; the 'bad', which includes invasive species like rabbits, cats and foxes and the 'ugly', which includes species such as bats and rodents.
Associate Professor Trish Fleming from Murdoch University said it was difficult to gain a scientific understanding of ugly mammals.
"They mostly come out at night and [are] small so they aren't as obvious, they also aren't considered to drive ecosystems but they are important organisms," she said. Read More... http://www.batsrule.info/2016/10/ugly-australian-mammals-attract-little.html #batsrule #batissues
I'm sure you will since you care about bats.
Just the facts, no arguing with the uneducated. thanks. james
http://www.batsrule.info/2016/10/60-minutes-australia-australias-rabies.html #batsrule #bats #megabat #flyingfox #fruitbat
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