Would the loss of one bat species be a big deal and why?Wouldn't it be worse to

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Would the loss of one bat species be a big deal and why? Wouldn't it be worse to lose a species of tuatara, with only two or three species still alive?

Dec 5th, 2014

Bats sometimes eat their own weight in insects in a single day. That's about 2,000 mosquito-sized bugs. 

if bat will be not there then problem overpopulated mosquito will be there.

mosquito bring lot of disease like malarial , dengue etc.

The loss of one species is a big deal," Hart said. "The loss of a whole suite of species is a catastrophe.

reference: http://www.publicopiniononline.com/localnews/ci_14243648

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