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  • Steven Ward

    This makes me batty!

  • Bette

    Flying foxes are the largest fruit bats. This large fruit bats call Australia, Guam, and other islands of the Southwest Pacific home. This animal has a wingspan of 6 ft and facial features that resemble a fox. Two flying foxes hanging from branch, close-up by Tim Flach

  • Kellie CA

    Animal Photography by Tim Flach

  • Christine

    whatisaurlidonthaveone: Such remarkably bizzare little creatures~ It’s only lately here on tumblr have i seen so many pics of them…i had no idea how much exspression they have in thier eyes….and this shot especially,really shows thier body’s structure really well…truly remarkable indeed!! Bats bats Battabatbat…..

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These look like the flying foxes at the columbus zoo! I love them so much