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Watch bats around the world from home
While traveling to a world-famous bat viewing site may be difficult at the moment, why not virtually explore some batty spots around the globe? BCI’s website features a global map with links to viewing sites, from Tanzania’s Pemba Island to Thailand’s Wat Khao Wongkhot Bat Cave. You can also watch a video about the 1.5 million bats that live under the Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas, and explore the wonders of Bracken Cave, all from your own home.