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In a dank Sussex tunnel, a solitary greater mouse-eared bat roosts each winter. Is he the only one left in Britain? By We cannot speak of its loneliness, but it must be Britain’s most solitary animal. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by drewcaldwell
Now a little obsessed with the massive lonely Sussex bat 🦇 🦇 🦇
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9 weeks ago by Spaceboy
In a dank Sussex tunnel, a solitary greater mouse-eared bat roosts each winter. Is he the only one left in Britain?
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9 weeks ago by pnjman
In a dank Sussex tunnel, a solitary greater mouse-eared bat roosts each winter. Is he the only one left in Britain? By We cannot speak of its loneliness, but it must be Britain’s most solitary animal.
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9 weeks ago by plouf
In a dank Sussex tunnel, a solitary greater mouse-eared bat roosts each winter. Is he the only one left in Britain? By We cannot speak of its loneliness, but it must be Britain’s most solitary animal. via Pocket
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