Why do bats seem to be losing their grip on the market?

It’s been an interesting year for bats, and in a lot of ways the bats have been the one losing market.

Bats are expected to drop $1 billion in 2016 from a year ago, according to the International Business Times.

The global market for bats has dropped $1.3 billion since the start of the year, according the New York Times.

BATS have also seen their market value plummet by about 20 per cent, as the market has dropped due to climate change, the extinction of the megafauna and the collapse of the market for fakes.

The bats market is in the grips of a bubble, and they have been hit hard.

But what is happening to the bats market and the market itself?

The bats have seen a massive drop in their prices, but the problem isn’t the bats.

The problem is the market is completely dependent on the price of bats.

There are two main reasons that bats are a market, and not the market.

The first is that bats don’t need to be expensive to sell at, but they do.

They have evolved into something of a commodity, and that’s something bats are going to need to adapt to.

The second reason is the cost of fakes, which has seen a drop of almost 60 per cent over the last three years.

In 2014, there were $1 million worth of bats in circulation, but in 2016, that number has fallen to about $300.

And bats have also had their market price drop due to a combination of factors, from the climate crisis to the extinction and collapse of fakers.

B.C. native Peter Grosz has been buying bats from dealers and selling them to dealers in Asia, hoping to build a large market.

But his biggest customer is in China, where he can make more money.

He’s selling about $4,000 worth of the prized white-tailed bats every month.

“If you’re not making money, you’re dying,” said Groskow.

“It’s like you’re a zombie.”

“I’m not going to give up on the bat.”

Bats make up just over a third of the world’s population.

There’s no shortage of them, and there’s still plenty of demand in Australia and China.

“I think if you have enough people buying and selling bats, you’ll see a lot more in the market,” said Peter Graz.

“That’s a big deal, especially because we have an oversupply of them in Australia.

We need to get more of them.”

And the bats are coming.

With the price for fakers falling, the bats will also be the most expensive item on the black market.

In Australia, the number of faker bats has fallen by over 60 per per cent in the last two years.

“There’s a lot that we’re doing, we’re trying to put a cap on the number that people can buy and sell at one time,” said Ian Hickey, manager of the Australian Bat Hunters Association.

“And there are some very clever ways of making it work.”

Australia is one of the biggest markets for bats.

More than 100,000 bats are exported to South America, and over $1bn of bats are imported to China.

In 2017, Australia exported $8.2 billion worth of fudge bats to China, which is the largest trade in the world.

The fudge bat market in China has been growing for years, with a lot less than 20 per-cent of the fudge being exported to the U.S. and Canada, according a report from the U of A. The U of T’s China Research Center estimates that the fudging market is worth $1-1.5 billion annually.

China has seen its fudging trade soar to $3.3-3.5 million in 2016.

Australia exported about $2.8 billion worth in 2016 to China in fudge, and the price is expected to go up to $4.6 billion in 2020.

And as Australia’s fudging economy recovers, its bat market is expected a big contributor to its rebound.

The Australian government is investing in more fudge manufacturing, and is also looking at banning certain fudge products in the country.

Australia’s black market is also getting big in Asia.

China is now the largest market for the white-tail bat, and more than half of the whitetail bats in Asia come from China.

While Australia is a major market for white-tails, the black-tail market in Asia is growing, and has doubled since 2015.

“We’re seeing more white-trader companies coming into Australia, and those companies are investing more in Australian fudge,” said Hickey.

“This is a great opportunity for the Australian bats industry.”

China has had the largest black market in the Asia Pacific region, but it’s not just China that is importing fudge.

The United States and Canada are also big suppliers of fudges to Asia.

According to the New Zealand White