• According to the article, yes. One thing that the article did not mention, though, was that the bats' fresh water source has mostly dried up. There are flying foxes who live in other hot places, but, with access to more shade and more water, they have a chance to cool off a little. The article is from January 2018, a time during which Sydney Australia was the hottest place on Earth. Since 2002, summers there have been getting hotter and drier.
  • It sounds strange and like rumor
  • Nah. They just didn't hydrate enough before strenuous activity.

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