Batwomen of Panama

Batwomen of Panama

Smithsonian's Barro Colorado, a tiny island in the Panama Canal, is home to an unbelievable seventy-two different species of bats, plus venomous snakes, jungle parasites, stinging insects, and more dangers. But they don't stop this extraordinary group of scientists from spending sleepless nights in extreme conditions to unlock the riddle of how this large array of species lives together. These are the Batwomen of Panama. Armed with high-tech imaging equipment, plus plenty of coffee, they share the nightlife with these mysterious flying mammals.

Batwomen of Panama: Sneak Peek

They work under the cover of night, seeking out nocturnal creatures, meet the Batwomen of Barro Colorado Island.