Individuals and populations winner

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Flying in the Rain, photographed in Manaus, Brazil. Seba’s short-tailed bat is one of the most common species in the Amazon region and is abundant in young forests and regrowth vegetation, where it feeds on juicy fruits from pioneering plants such as Vismia or Cecropia. The Seba’s short-tailed bat is one of those common species that many people forget. However, most of the essential ecosystem services on which our survival depends, such as seed dispersal, forest regeneration and recovery, will be carried out by species such as this one.

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