Adventures With a Bat Biologist

August 28, 2016

Biologist Merlin Tuttle has devoted his life to saving bats. As the founder of Bat Conservation International, he's gone everywhere to find rare species -- often encountering dangerous caves, crocodile infested rivers, and bandits along the way. He spoke to Steve Paulson about his latest memoir, "The Secret Lives of Bats."

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Your program on bats is potentially dangerous. In spite of your bat experts experience of never getting a bat-borne disease, another recent NPR (PRI?) program was all about bat-borne diseases, and it was very scary. Who's right? Fkchilders@yahoo.com