Noyal-Muzillac, France – In the fictional links he drew between immortal vampires and bats, “Dracula” creator Bram Stoker may have had one thing right.
“Maybe it’s all in the blood,” says Emma Teeling, a geneticist studying the exceptional longevity of bats in the hope of discovering benefits for humans.
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