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Ecologist Thomas Kunz | Meeting the Minds

Look up, he says, where bats live

Thomas Kunz's office is cluttered with bat memorabilia. Thomas Kunz's office is cluttered with bat memorabilia. (Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / August 18, 2008

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Any school kid can tell you that bats live in caves. And if you push them to come up with another place that bats live, one might eventually blurt out what sounds like a wrong answer - the air. The air is not really anyplace, is it? Isn't it just a space between places? Tom Kunz thinks not. (Full article: 935 words)

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