Noyal-Muzillac (France) (AFP)
In the fictional one-way links he drew concerning immortal vampires and bats, Dracula creator Bram Stoker may perhaps have had just one matter correct.
“Probably it is all in the blood,” claims Emma Teeling, a geneticist studying the extraordinary longevity of bats in the hope of getting benefits for people.
The College Faculty Dublin researcher operates with the charity Bretagne Vivante to review bats living in rural churches and faculties in Brittany, western France.
“We’re having a tiny little bit of blood, but relatively than us getting the vampires to the bats we are generating them give