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In Tracking Bats, It Helps To Find Them Adorable

NPR | July 19, 2014 8:45 a.m.

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Daniel Botter

Julia Hoeh is a bat tracker. For $350 a week plus basic housing in rural Tennessee, she stays up long after midnight to affix radio trackers to bats and collect samples of their DNA.

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