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The Original BAT CAVE
Dated: February 16 2017
Below is a picture of Bat Cave on the Osage River by the River Bridge in St Elizabeth. The cave is wintering and breeding grounds for the Gray Bat. It can be seen rather well from this photo. It is not nearly as visible today. The trees have blocked much of the view and a large section of rock has fallen from beneath the mouth of the cave. It is protected naturally by its location on the bluff as well as by the state of Missouri. The bats living in the cave are being protected in order to preserve them as well as their habitat.
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