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Ralphie, like other rescue bats, likes to have a Snuggle Buddy to sleep with.aww can I be a rescue bat so I can have a snuggle buddy?

Sudanese Bat

Pied Bat, Niumbaha superba, or Badger Bat, is a rare species of vesper bat…

The find of a lifetime: Let's save the panda bat instead of killing it for "scientific research"

The find of a lifetime: Bizarre 'panda bat' discovered in South Sudan

A new genus of bat discovered in South Sudan. It is so unique that a new genus needs to be created! Photo: DeeAnn Reeder, Bucknell University Associate Professor of Biology

Adorable!

This Is Why We Should All Love Bats

An adorable orphaned baby blossom bat rescued by Bat Conservation & Rescue Queensland.

Lappet-eared Bat, Plecotus christii, Egypt, via Flickr.

Lappet-eared Bat, Plecotus christii, Egypt ( The real Bat Man) LOL

White tentmaking bats in the lowland rain forest of La Selva Biological Station - Costa Rica - They rest during the day in a shelter of their own making, a Heliconia leaf bitten along the middle so that it collapses into a ten:

White tent-making bats in the lowland rain forest of La Selva Biological Station - Costa Rica - They rest during the day in a shelter of their own making, a Heliconia leaf bitten along the middle so that it collapses into a tent.

The Hammer-headed Fruit Bat has a wingspan of 686 to 970 millimeters and males are much larger than females, averaging 400 grams while females average only 275 grams.

: Creature Feature: Hypsignathus monstrosus, the hammer-headed fruit bat.

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Bat pictures: 11 images and facts about a misunderstood creature

Flyingfox Mommy & Pups!

Flying Fox / Fruit Bat Pup Twins with Their Mom! For all Those Who Says Bats aren't Cute! Such a Happy Family! I miss the bats we used to have around here, they kept the mosquito population at bay.

Fruit Bat/Flying Fox

Pteropus - Bats of the genus Pteropus, belonging to the Megachiroptera sub-order, are the largest bats in the world. They are commonly known as the Fruit Bats or Flying Foxes.