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Pale spear-nosed bat: This Central and South American bat species feeds mostly on nectar, pollen, and flowers but is omnivorous and will sna...

25 of the cutest bat species

Pale spear-nosed bat: This Central and South American bat species feeds mostly on nectar, pollen, and flowers but is omnivorous and will sna...

So cute

So cute

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la rubrique des copinautes

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dyak fruit bat

dyak fruit bat

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Cette année c'est décidé... je pars en vacances à Moscou...

false vampire bats | American False Vampire Bat" (Braulio Carrillo National Park ...ohmycow, that is creepy!

false vampire bats | American False Vampire Bat" (Braulio Carrillo National Park ...ohmycow, that is creepy!

Un Chien et un Bébé Endormis .... Chacun sa Peluche

Tent-making bat (Uroderma bilobatum)

Tent-making bat (Uroderma bilobatum)

da hood

da hood

slit-nosed bat-This family of bats is also called Horseshoe bats because of the shape of the skin around their noses. They are insect eaters, using their huge ears for echolocation, and their broad wings for particularly agile flight in chasing down their prey.

25 of the cutest bat species

slit-nosed bat-This family of bats is also called Horseshoe bats because of the shape of the skin around their noses. They are insect eaters, using their huge ears for echolocation, and their broad wings for particularly agile flight in chasing down their prey.

Pallid bat, Antrozous pallidus by RD Wildlife Management | fightwns, via Flickr

Pallid bat, Antrozous pallidus by RD Wildlife Management | fightwns, via Flickr

Hairy-legged vampire bat (Diphylla ecaudata centralis) is one of three extant species of vampire bats. Despite the common conception of vampires feeding only on mammals, it mainly feeds on the blood of birds. It is found from western Panama to Mexico.

Hairy-legged vampire bat (Diphylla ecaudata centralis) is one of three extant species of vampire bats. Despite the common conception of vampires feeding only on mammals, it mainly feeds on the blood of birds. It is found from western Panama to Mexico.

This American leaf-nosed bat, which was found at La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica, shows off the folded, spearhead muzzle for which it is named.

This American leaf-nosed bat, which was found at La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica, shows off the folded, spearhead muzzle for which it is named.

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Vleermuis

Vleermuis

controsensi: Elke Vogelsang

controsensi: Elke Vogelsang