(CUTE ANIMAL VIDEO/RESCUE ANIMALS/BATS) When temperatures reached a stifling 111 degrees Fahrenheit in New South Wales, Australia, an entire bat colony was tragically lost due to heat stroke, leaving over 100 baby bats orphaned. Fortunately, the Bat Conservation and Rescue Society stepped in and rescued the surviving babies, sending them to various clinics for rehabilitation until they can be released back into the wild. These little cuties are new arrivals to the Australian Bat Clinic, where they are receiving around the clock care. — Global Animal

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