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  • Danae Bickner

    Meet the largest bat on earth-the Pemba flying fox. These bats are fruit and nectar eaters they have an average wingspan of 6 feet. not really a pet but Aww he is so cute :)

  • Gail Steen

    Bismarck Flying Fox 20 Unbelievably Giant Animals 6 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

  • Vencie Anderson

    Holy Mother of God! The largest bat on earth - the Pemba Flying Fox from the island of Pemba in Tanzania . These bats are fruit and nectar eaters with an average wingspan of 6'.

  • KaLee Pirtle

    The Flying Fox (Pteropus) is the largest bat in the world with a wingspan of up to six feet. As the name suggests, the head resembles that of a small fox because of the small ears and large eyes. They are found in Pulau Ubin, one of the islands off mainland Singapore.The picture above is of a Pemba Flying Fox, a species of Pteropus. Information here. These creatures are amazing, when i was in malaysia they would hang in the fruit trees by the pool, completely harmless and so cute

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