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The Force Is Strong With This Newly Discovered Bat

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It’s being called the “Yoda” bat — a newly discovered fruit bat found in the remote rainforests of Papua New Guinea as part of an expedition by Conservation International to study new species.

More than 200 new creatures and plants were cataloged, though very little is known about the Yoda bat beyond its role in seed dispersal and a possible enjoyment of fellatio. You read that right.

For some photos of the other bizarre and beautiful discoveries, jump here.

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  • Rob Dotzler

    I notice you’ve saved us from seeing your face, thanks for that. Now leave the bat the hell alone.

  • Rob Dotzler

    Biodiversity would be pathetic were it not for bats being among us. We need to protect them at all costs or the planet may no longer be able to sustain us. Btw, they are a lot closer to primates than most people realize.

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