Long time readers will know that I’ve got a small dilemma when it comes to birds: they seem to love the look of my head. More specifically, birds seem to love my head so much that they continue to crap all over it. On my recent press trip to the Dominican Republic, we were spelunking through the caves of Los Haitises National Park and a bat took a crap on me. Only one bat flew above us, for only one small moment in time, and only one person got crapped on: me.
Bats are not birds. They are flying mammals, and thus technically should not be included in The Official BirdCrap counter. So instead I’m asking my readers to help me figure out where the bat crap should go.
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