♥ Spectacled Flying Foxes

Spectacled Flying Foxes, Pteropus conspicillatus, Australia -- (Bats) They roost in trees and look a lot like ripened figs until you get fairly close.

sweet little bat face

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

bats

bats awwwww so sweet! bats either eat fruirt or insects they are not connected to the occult because they are evil they are sweet creatures

baby bat

soooo adorable cute baby animals from thedesigninspirat. cute baby animals Who knew a bat could be cute? i know how you feel.

Malayan Flying Fox

"Flying fox" Pteropus are the largest bats in the world. Fruit Bats or Flying Foxes. Australia looks like a very interesting place to visit; so many odd things are down there.>>>>>>>>Talk about a mega-bat!

Each bat can eat 2000-6000 insects in a single night!  They eat all kinds of insects, including mosquitoes carrying diseases!  Love a bat today!

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

Flying Fox <3

Flying Fox (fruit bat) at Gorge Wildlife Park in Cudlee Creek, SA (Australia)

Bat

Bat: Bat, (order Chiroptera), any member of the only group of mammals capable of flight. This ability, coupled with the ability to navigate at night by using a system of acoustic

Bat

Look at this beautiful creature! -A Bat In the hand is worth A Million Please Save Bats Stop the Charter Towers Dispersion of bats In Queensland Australia

Bats

BabyBats found separated from their mothers have very high emotional demands and must be touched regularly if they are to survive Extract from Wires Doco .

Bat!

A short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus sphinx) hanging from a guava tree ~ Copyright: Ravi Kailas

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