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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 :)
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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'.
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
The giant golden-crowned flying fox (Acerodon jubatus),... #bats
I don't like bats, but I have to admit this is a cool pic!
Spectacled flying fox
Looks like a bat to me. They have too. I talked one out of my house off the shower curtain rod at 4AM a day or so before moving. Can communicate with anyone or thing. Such as it may be. Consciousness is in all things. It was a very funny story.
Top 10 Facts About Bats
cupcakesandbats: Look at the little fuzzy bat!
Rodrigues fruit bats are only found on the Rodrigues Island in the Indian Ocean and are critically endangered. This is a great photo of a bat with pup!
..Flying Bat, San Diego..
WOW! This is Beautiful! "The look" ~ By www.digitaldirect.ca ~ this is the only way I love my furs...ALIVE, healthy, and ohhh soo beautiful, in its true glory! ~
'Duruga' the Orphaned Bat, via Flickr.
Bats are not blind. While most bat species use echolocation as a primary sense, all bat species have eyes and are capable of sight. Bats that cannot echolocate have excellent night vision.
And by the way, encountered some giant bats!