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Egyptian Fruit Bat (Egyptian Rousette) - Rousettus aegyptiacus - This Old World fruit bat of the family Pteropodidae is found throughout Africa, except in the desert regions of the Sahara and the Middle East as far east as Pakistan and northern India

Vintage bat illustration - perfect for the season that's right around the corner.

Vintage bat illustration - also great tattoo designs! I would have the the hanging bat with the flying bats smaller and in this background

Hemprich's long-eared bat (Otonycteris hemprichii), a gleaning insectivore of deserts that is known to feed on scorpions.

Hemprich’s long-eared bat (Otonycteris hemprichii), a gleaning insectivore of deserts that is known to feed on scorpions.

Bats are crucial to diverse ecosystems across the globe, yet they are often vilified or feared. Let s take a moment to appreciate the adorable side these little critters.

25 of the cutest bat species

25 of the cutest bat species Bats are crucial to diverse ecosystems across the globe, yet they are often vilified or feared. Let's take a moment to appreciate the adorable side of these little critters.

Did You Know?:

Did You Know?: Part 3

Vampire bats take care of their neighbors. If a bat in the colony can’t find food, a well-fed bat will regurgitate blood into its mouth to keep it alive, and they are the only bat species in the world.

Tal’ngai Dha'run, resident of the Australian Bat Clinic & Wildlife Trauma Centre  http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/images-of-rare-australian-bat/

Breathtaking Photos of Rare Australian Bat Will Inspire You to Protect This Species

A few more photos of Tal'ngai Dha'run - a very unique Grey Headed Flying Fox in care with us. He is truly photogenic.

Most species of flying foxes are Endangered - many Critically Endangered. They are threatened by hunting and habitat destruction.  #endangered

Stunning photograph of a Flying fox! Endangered - many critically. They are threatened by hunting and habitat destruction. Think before you harm this beautiful creature.

An extremely rare and fascinating find, this is an albino Geoffroy's Hairy-legged Bat (Anoura geoffroyi). This species feeds on fruit, nectar, pollen, and insects, and provides efficient seed dispersal and pollinating services for several tree species in Trinidad.

An extremely rare and fascinating albino Geoffroy's Hairy-legged Bat (Anoura geoffroyi). This species feeds on fruit, nectar, pollen, and insects, and provides efficient seed dispersal and pollinating services for several tree species in Trinidad.

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