Now windfarms blamed for exploding bats
Windfarms in the north and north-east are causing bats to explode, experts have claimed.
The Bat Conservation Trust says it has evidence that pressure from turbine blades causes the creatures' lungs to “pop" – resulting in sudden death.
And a leading expert warned last night that the numbers known to have been killed by windfarms could just be the “tip of the iceberg”.
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