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Night time animal spotting - Northern Europe

Night time animal spotting - Northern Europe

Many animals are more active at night than during the day. These animals sleep during the day, often in a burrow or den. Many animals, like desert animals, are nocturnal in order to escape extreme daytime heat. Many plant species native to arid biomes have adapted so that their flowers only open at night when the sun's intense heat can't wither and destroy their delicate, moist blossoms. These flowers are pollinated by bats, another creature of the night. Go out by night and be surprised by exceptional forms of live! Sign in to join mission

Night time animal spotting - Northern Europe
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Add this mission to all your spottings of all Animals, plants and other live forms after midnight. Good luck! All spottings must be within 300 miles of Rotterdam until approval for expansion has been obtained from the Mission Co-ordinator.

Night time animal spotting - Northern Europe

Lat: 51.13 Long: 3.74

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