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Christine

Rare bats released!

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In an update to the story we brought you last September, grey long-eared bat Merri – and her new friend Gandalf – have now been released back into the wild!

Tiny Merri weighed just 5g when she was rescued by

Helen

Trick or treat?

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RSPCA rescues bat from tricky spot!

Just before Hallowe’en a couple rang the RSPCA when they saw a bat in their block of flats.

At first they thought someone was playing a Hallowe’en trick on them, but when they realised

Helen

We’re just batty about Merri!

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Update on the rare bat rescued in Somerset

RSPCA wildlife assistant India Long, who’s caring for a grey long-eared bat, called Merri, at West Hatch Wildlife Centre, says: “It’s really hard to tell grey long-eared bats from brown long-eared bats

Helen

Ear ear! What’s this then?

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RSPCA caring for incredibly rare bat

Believed to be a grey long-eared bat, this fascinating, tiny mammal was rescued by the RSPCA after being found on the ground in Somerset.

Named Merri, she was taken to the RSPCA’s

Helen

Now that’s just batty!

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RSPCA rescues tiny bat from plughole

The RSPCA was called to rescue a tiny bat pup from a plughole at a house in Chislehurst, near London.

Typo alert!

When the person spotted the baby bat in the plughole of their

Helen

Bat’s a surprise!

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RSPCA rescues tiny bat from office stairwell

batthHertfordshire County Council staff found an unexpected visitor when they arrived for work one morning – a pipistrelle bat that had somehow got stranded on the ceiling of their stairs!

They called the …