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For this week's Squee Spree Creature poll we have two furry, flying squees! The nocturnal Bat, who unfortunately doesn't get all the squee-cred he deserves, or the acrobatic fur-ball known as the Flying Squirrel. Which makes you squee?

Once you've made up your mind vote in our poll and be sure to check back Monday to see who won!

-Sally Squeeps

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I don't believe we covered part one of Lil' Drac's story here on Daily Squee, but here's the synopsis: Amazing humans rescued this darling baby bat and nursed him back to health. As for part two... well, just watch the video and spend the rest of your day d'awwwwwwww-ing like I did.

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Theheretik says: "A friend of mine in Washington State found this little girl, an injured Myotis Bat, needing to be rescued. Doesn't she look cute in a towel?"

I'm glad your friend was able to rescue her, and hope that the rehabilitation goes well. Good luck!

-Sally Squeeps

Do you have a squee pet that you want to share with the world? Send us your pet pictures and stories, and they could end up on Daily Squee!

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Bats Use Leaves As Mirrors To Find Camouflaged Insects

Bats are widely misunderstood creatures in the animal kingdom - while they're associated with witches, vampires and darkness in general, they're actually super cute and interesting. And scientists have just discovered something amazing about them - bats use leaves as "mirrors" that reflect sound waves, helping them find insects hiding behind leaves. Cool, right? Or confusing? Keep on reading, we'll explain everything. 

scientists just discovered that bats can use echolocation to find hiding prey
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