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Photograph by Bruce Means
AT TWILIGHT, 110,000 little bent-wing bats in Queensland, Australia, erupt from a limestone cave. Drawn by this winged flurry, green tree frogs, common in Australia, arrive, too.
Elsewhere in the world, bats have been seen eating tree frogs, but here there's a reversal of roles: As herpetologist Bruce Means zeros in …