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Santa Clarita Valley Remains Rabid Bat Leader In Los Angeles County

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The Santa Clarita Valley is once again the leader in rabid bats with two of seven rabid bats reported in Los Angeles County this year. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Bats are the most common animals to carry rabies in Los Angeles County but about one percent of bats are infected with ...

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Rabid Bats Found in Santa Clarita Valley Represent Nearly Half Found In LA County

Rabid Bats Found in Santa Clarita Valley Represent Nearly Half Found In LA County

Leon Worden | SCVNEWS.COM  Just when you thought “rabid bat” season was over, two more showed up in the Santa Clarita Valley in time for Halloween.  Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. After a lull in September, in October a Santa Clarita resident spotted a bat hanging from an eave of ...

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Santa Clarita Valley Outdoor Report: Speed Of Sound

Santa Clarita Valley Outdoor Report:  Speed Of Sound

What do bats and toothed whales have in common?  Certainly not size, not habitat, and not even how they get from one place to another.  But they both hunt using sound waves to locate their prey, a technique known as echolocation.  A recent report from the University of Southern Denmark concludes “that bats and toothed whales produce signals for echolocation ...

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