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Frog-eating Bats: Smithsonian Scientist Rachel Page

Meet Rachel Page, a Smithsonian scientist in Panama who studies frog-eating bats (fringe-lipped bats), among other topics. Her current research focuses on learning and memory in neotropical bats, combining field studies with laboratory experiments to learn about predator cognition and its effects on the evolution of their prey. See Rachel's lab: http://www.noseleaf.com/ Read more about Rachel's work: http://www.stri.si.edu/english/scientific_staff/staff_scientist/scientist.php?id=58 Meet more Smithsonian scientists: http://smithsonianscience.org Photos courtesy of STRI; Credits: Christian Ziegler, Alexander Baugh, Karen Warkentin, Rachel Page Music: WilliamE -- "Connected" -- used under Creative Commons license
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