When the bat sings.

  title={When the bat sings.},
  author={Virginia Morell},
  volume={344 6190},
1334 20 JUNE 2014 • VOL 344 ISSUE 6190 sciencemag.org SCIENCE A rchaeologists aren’t sure how the Governor’s Palace, a creamand-white limestone structure at Uxmal, Mexico, figured in Maya religious ceremonies. Its walls of carefully chiseled blocks are now crumbling; the chants of priests no longer echo in its halls. Yet if you’re quiet and observant, you’ll hear the songs of the current residents of the palace: bats. “Do you hear them?” asks Kirsten Bohn, a behavioral ecologist and bat expert… CONTINUE READING
Recent Discussions
This paper has been referenced on Twitter 32 times over the past 90 days. VIEW TWEETS
Blog posts, news articles and tweet counts and IDs sourced by