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Bat face! Soooooooooo cute.  T- remember our fruit bat friend who was happy to see us?  Love bats ever since

Bat face! Soooooooooo cute. T- remember our fruit bat friend who was happy to see us? Love bats ever since

A very rare bat with leucism was just rescued on Australia's Gold Coast.

Rarest Orphan At Bat Clinic Has No Idea He's Any Different

A very rare bat with leucism was just rescued on Australia's Gold Coast.

BAT | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

BAT | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Long-eared bat - bats have such a bad rap, not to mention they're soo dang cute!!

12 images and facts about misunderstood bats

Long-eared bat - bats have such a bad rap, not to mention they're soo dang cute!!

Sharing breakfast: A fruit bat and a butterfly share some pineapple.                                                                                                                                                      More

Sharing breakfast: A fruit bat and a butterfly share some pineapple. More

Hope my sis and I can build this. I would love to attract bats to my neighbourhood. Bats do us a great service by eating a HUGE amount of flying insects (including MOSQUITOES) and consequently help to control some dangerous and harmful pests.

Fun Family Project: How to Build a Bat House

Hope my sis and I can build this. I would love to attract bats to my neighbourhood. Bats do us a great service by eating a HUGE amount of flying insects (including MOSQUITOES) and consequently help to control some dangerous and harmful pests.

A baby bat with an airplane pacifier. If only some could stop spraying pesticides for 4 months. Four

A baby bat with an airplane pacifier

A baby bat with an airplane pacifier. If only some could stop spraying pesticides for 4 months. Four

The smallest mammal in the world, this tiny bat weighs less than 2 grams. Its body is about the size of a large bumblebee, hence the common name “bumblebee bat”. Since it was first described in 1974 this tiny mammal has been disturbed by collectors and tourists wanting to see the world’s smallest mammal. Today the main threats are from burning of the forest areas near the limestone caves in which it lives.

The smallest mammal in the world, this tiny bat weighs less than 2 grams. Its body is about the size of a large bumblebee, hence the common name “bumblebee bat”. Since it was first described in 1974 this tiny mammal has been disturbed by collectors and tourists wanting to see the world’s smallest mammal. Today the main threats are from burning of the forest areas near the limestone caves in which it lives.

Bats are predominantly herbivorous, however some larger species can also prey on…

Bats are predominantly herbivorous, however some larger species can also prey on…

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