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Mauritian Tomb Bat (Taphozous mauritianus), Ankarafantsika, Madagascar

Mauritian Tomb Bat (Taphozous mauritianus), Ankarafantsika, Madagascar

Nyctimene rabori (tube-nosed fruit bat) is a critically endangered fruit bat which endemic on the Philippine Islands. It is found in or adjacent to forest (sea level to 1,300 m), in both primary and secondary forest. N. rabori was previously thought to be confined to high-quality forest, but it is tolerant to a wider range of habitats than previously suspected.

Nyctimene rabori (tube-nosed fruit bat) is a critically endangered fruit bat which endemic on the Philippine Islands. It is found in or adjacent to forest (sea level to 1,300 m), in both primary and secondary forest. N. rabori was previously thought to be confined to high-quality forest, but it is tolerant to a wider range of habitats than previously suspected.

Mauritian tomb bat

Mauritian tomb bat

Why Female Vampire Bats Donate Blood to Friends. Female vampire bats donate blood to friends to ensure their survival down the road—suggesting the animals' social lives are much more sophisticated than we thought, a new study says.

Why Female Vampire Bats Donate Blood to Friends. Female vampire bats donate blood to friends to ensure their survival down the road—suggesting the animals' social lives are much more sophisticated than we thought, a new study says.

New Zealand lesser short-tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculata)   VULNERABLE   The world’s most terrestrial bat, this species fills the niche of mice or shrews in other parts of the world.

New Zealand lesser short-tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculata) VULNERABLE The world’s most terrestrial bat, this species fills the niche of mice or shrews in other parts of the world.

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