In Tanzania's Mwofwomero Forest, a squirrel killed a fruit bat. "The least likely hypothesis is that the squirrel was preparing to eat the bat," said the mammologist who observed the savaging of the bat by the squirrel. "Another possibility is that either the squirrel or the bat was mentally off balance." | Harper's Magazine

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In Tanzania’s Mwofwomero Forest, a squirrel killed a fruit bat. “The least likely hypothesis is that the squirrel was preparing to eat the bat,” said the mammologist who observed the savaging of the bat by the squirrel. “Another possibility is that either the squirrel or the bat was mentally off balance.”

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In Tanzania’s Mwofwomero Forest, a squirrel killed a fruit bat. “The least likely hypothesis is that the squirrel was preparing to eat the bat,” said the mammologist who observed the savaging of the bat by the squirrel. “Another possibility is that either the squirrel or the bat was mentally off balance.”

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