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The babbling of 20 baby bats was recorded in Costa Rica and Panama between 2015 and 2016

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Zika research to be published rapidly and free

Top research institutions, funders and publishers said Wednesday they would make all scientific findings on the Zika virus assailing Latin America available speedily and free.

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