Monday, May 4, 2015

Texas A&M trying to shut down real ‘batcaves’ on campus

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The swimming pool at Texas A&M University strongly resembles a batcave.

The facility is typically used by students swimming laps, members of the dive team and some instructors. But all that activity has stopped because thousands of Mexican free-tailed bats have taken up residence.

So why did the flying mammals suddenly move in?

Because they’ve been booted from their primary home at Kyle Field, the football stadium, which is undergoing renovations. The furry fliers used to live there year-round but all the noise and disruption has forced them to seek shelter elsewhere. More

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