1. Many plants and their pollinators co-evolved specialized adaptations that aid pollination. But researchers recently found that a short-nosed bat bests its more specialized cousin at pollinating cactus. Watch the video here. Photo courtesy of Winifred Frick

    Many plants and their pollinators co-evolved specialized adaptations that aid pollination. But researchers recently found that a short-nosed bat bests its more specialized cousin at pollinating cactus. 

    Watch the video here

    Photo courtesy of Winifred Frick

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    Glad I haven’t seen one of these in real life.
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    POLLEN!!!!!! POLLEN GIVE ME MORE
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    aw…look at that cute pollen face!
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