Bats’ brains boiled in Australia heatwave

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Hundreds of bats have died in sweltering conditions in Australia, with many dropping from their perches as the scorching temperatures "fried their brains", wildlife officials said yesterday. 
AFP reported that a record-breaking heatwave saw the mercury rise to 
45 deg C in Sydney's western suburb of Campbelltown on Sunday.