"Our intelligent designer has never created an animal that we couldn’t improve by strapping a bomb to it. Post-Pearl Harbor, our lab coats were trying to find new ways to blast the Japanese back to the bronze age. While we ended up doing it with the power of positive thinking and bombs, we were also concurrently testing a system by which hibernating bats where dropped from planes in batches, warmed up mid-air, and sent to nest willy-nilly in the eaves and leaves of Tokyo’s paper-heavy construction. Then the bats would catch fire, since to their stomachs were strapped timed, incendiary devices full of napalm." -- gizmodo