The Secret Life of the Chauves Souris


In 1980, the public had a huge image problem. As a result, the mammoths were massacred by the orchardists, the workers and the residents, overwhelmed by the information that had aroused them in anger. Of particular note are the Indiana Chauve-Souris, the Petite-Chauve-Souris at night, the Gray Chauve-Souris, who rely on the point of inequality without holding the public accountable.

Entrez Merlin Tuttle, an environmentalist and conservationist who left the last five decades of his studies behind him, protected and photographed these creatures that were not doing well national geography, A carrier à laquelle il réfléchit dans The Secret Life of the Chauves Souris.

What is immediately striking is exactly the point dangerous Study the Chauves-Souris, perhaps. Tuttle is an enduring miracle – the poisoning with ammonia and attacks by armed intruders in passing by the quasi-constant threat of hypothermia – for the observer of animals that stay in isolated burrows and do not live at night. But the strong sensations and the frissons weren't the issue. It is a deep love for the creatures that go in search of a good coup or want to explain their patience to farmers because the sorrel in reality feeds the malware.

Getting the facts straight is not enough to change public opinion about behavior. Tuttle is just a few minutes National geographique The photos posted on the side of the road reveal that people are unable to see their most beautiful images: charisma, mystery and (or) adorableness. His work is a reference for those who strive to protect their animals during separation: it requires a passionate player, a thorough search, public education and excellent public relations. This new public awareness was crucial, Tuttle wrote, as the young men confronted the real epidemic of Museum White Syndrome affecting more than 5 million people in North America.

The Secret Life of Merlin Tuttle