I spy with my little eye

20th November 1998 at 00:00
(Photograph) - I spy with my little eye: four-year-old Kelynn Renals, of St Kew primary school, Bodmin, Cornwall, meets Merlin, the only greater horseshoe bat in captivity. The lone bat is one of about 30 which Rowena Varley of the Cornwall Bat Rescue Centre, takes into schools to help make pupils aware of the threats to their survival, such as the loss of their natural habitat

Photograph by Simon Burt

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