Jeffery a.k.a. jkc was photographing birds in a forest in Malaysia when he stumbled across a large expanse of netting. “…I saw something like a spider web and it was huge…”, wrote Jeffery. Then he saw something moving and shaking the web. On closer look he realised that it was a bat that got trapped in the mist net.
Not to worry, the bat will be eventually released as the net was set up by some researchers.
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