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For some citizens of Volgograd, Russia, the abundance of bats is a pesky problem. Someone passing by a dumpster heard squeaking sounds coming from a dumpster, and volunteers were called upon to come to the rescue. Apparently, someone had gathered up a bunch of bats and tossed them into the trash. Now, they're getting the nutrients they need to return to the peaceful hibernation that they were taken from.

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