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The tongue acts more like a conveyor belt – and less like the lapping tongue of a cat – as the bat feeds on flowers.
In this week's Spotlight on Science Writers, meet Loree Griffin Burns, author of Handle with Care: An Unusual Butterfly Journey.
The moths' visual processes slow down in low light so that the insects can keep track of wind-tossed flowers that provide nectar.