How Preserving Agave Could Help Save an Endangered Bat

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  • Long-nosed bats and agave plants have a “mutualism” relationship as they both benefit from this relationship. Their relationship is also essential to the health and stability of their ecological communities.
  • The Bat Conservation International’s Agave Restoration Initiative is a group of Mexican and American partners who are working together to find way for the agave and the bat to share the landscapes.
  • These conservation efforts also views local people as a key part of the web of interdependent, mutually beneficial relationships with other species.

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