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Batcon Pakistan is an online platform of life scientists and environmentalists dedicated to promoting effective and collective efforts to protect Mother Nature in the face of climate change. Our mission includes wildlife conservation and awareness against zoonotic diseases, with a special focus on bat research. We believe that bats are a vital component of healthy ecosystems, and their conservation is essential for maintaining biodiversity and preventing the spread of zoonotic diseases. As such, we are actively seeking environmental and life scientists who share our passion for bat research and conservation to join our team.
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Indian flying fox Thermoregulatory behaviors: Visual Guide
Explore our Indian flying foxes (Pteropus medius) thermoregulatory behavior guide. Pteropus medius are often vulnerable to high temperatures as they have exposed open roosting structures and are devoid of sweat…
Project Tittle Effect of Extreme Heat on Indian flying foxes (Pteropus medius) and their role in AMR Spillover in Pakistan The project “Effect of Extreme Heat on Indian Flying Foxes…
Over 400 Indian Flying Foxes were killed in Nawab Shah, Sindh, Pakistan.
These bats were believed to be a serious pest for fruits trees of Mango and Banana in Sindh Province of Pakistan. This is not surprising, as orchards represent a concentrated…