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AcronymDefinition
BATSBiosphere-Atmosphere Transfer Scheme
BATSBroadband Array in Taiwan for Seismology
BATSBallistic Aerial Target System
BATSBullhead Area Transit System
BATSBiometric Automated Toolset System
BATSBiological Assessment and Taxonomic Support
BATSBilling and Tracking System
BATSBayesian Analysis of Time Series
BATSBlood Alcohol Testing Section
BATSBlue Airborne Target Signatures
BATSBaseline Automated Test System
BATSBradley Armor Training System
BATSBrilliant Anti-Tank System
BATSBroadcast Area Teleservice
BATSBase Area Test System
BATSBasic Attributes Testing System
BATSBeat All to Stuff (polite form)
BATSBetter Access to Services (Australia)
BATSBomb and Arson Tracking System (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives)
BATSBradley Advanced Training System
BATSBetter Alternative Trading System (finance)
BATSBermuda Atlantic Time-series Study
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Explain that bats are nocturnal, which means that they are awake and feed at night.
Aggressive interactions between North American bats have rarely been reported (Bell 1980), but are occasionally observed on foraging grounds, usually as chasing or pursuing flight patterns (Ransome 1990).
Achieving GFAS Accreditation means Bat World Sanctuary meets the comprehensive and rigorous definition of a true sanctuary and as such provides humane and responsible care for bats and meets the rigorous standards for operations, administration, and veterinary care established by GFAS.
The facility had housed 273 volunteers and staff members during 2012 and was reported to have had a roosting colony of 200-300 big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus).
During the early 1900s baseball bats were made of wood and differed from the bats used today.
Many people are unaware of the vital role that bats play in ecosystems around the world.
Fluttering on dark wings and swooping in to suck your blood, bats are a Halloween - and horror story - icon.
His bats are English willow, with a thick profile, massive edges which he likes, and he also likes his bats to be heavily bowed.
Designed by Slazenger, these bats will be used by both openers Matt Prior and Ian Bell as well as middle order maestro Paul Collingwood as they aim to pick the pockets of the Stanford Allstars and claim the winner-takesall jackpot in Antigua.
Wildlife expert Tom French, assistant director of Natural History and Endangered Species Program of the Massachusetts Fish and Game Division based in Westboro, suggests local residents who have bat houses to be on the lookout for anything unusual this year, in terms of "batty" behavior or the absence or delay of the bats' arrival this year.
BCT believes the increases are a result of a combination of factors, including greater public awareness of bats as gentle, harmless creatures of the night.
Next, Muchhala studied examples of these bats found in museum collections.