National Geographic : 1942 Jun
756 The National Geographic Magazine A Friendly Carriage Takes the United States Navy in Tow at Bermuda In the carriage at Hamilton were a British sailor and marine, an American soldier, and a Cameron Highlander (in tam on front seat). "Scotty" ruefully paid the fare for all. With Tongue Vibrating Like a Tuning Fork, a Vampire Laps Cattle Blood The specimen in this life-size photograph is kept for study at the Colonial Hospital in Trinidad (page 755). The vampire bat laps, but does not suck, blood from the wound made by its razor-sharp incisors.