Bats that are living under an overpass on 1-10 in San Antonio, Texas, are smelling up the road with their urine and droppings. Customers of the nearby Bill Miller’s Barbecue watch the bats in amazement when they fly out from their overpass home in the evening. Although the smell of the bats is less than pleasant, they don’t pose a threat to people driving by, except for their unpleasant smell.





Hundreds of bats make their home under I-10 west overpass

Dolores Cortez, who works at Bill Miller’s Barbecue nearby, said the bats come out around 6 p.m. everyday. She said her customers come out to watch them emerge from under the overpass. “It’s crazy when they all come out at once. Hundreds! I mean a lot …


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