Military Bunkers Turn Into Bat Caves
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No soldier has set foot in these bunkers since 1994, when Israel signed a peace treaty with Jordan. Still covered with mine fields, the area is off-limits to civilians but is housing new residents - bats. Today scientists have identified 12 bat species here, including the Mediterranean horseshoe bat and Geoffroy's bat that are both on the list of critically endangered species. Another three varieties are also designated as endangered.

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