Meet the largest bat on earth-the Pemba flying fox. These bats are fruit and nectar eaters and have an average wingspan of 6'.

Meet the largest bat on earth-the Pemba flying fox. These bats are fruit and nectar eaters and have an average wingspan of 6'.

An orphaned flying fox bat being looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

An orphaned flying fox bat being looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

Mother nature's 100% toxin-free, graceful, harmless to humans, beautiful mosquito eliminators. No side harmful side effects.

Mother nature's 100% toxin-free, graceful, harmless to humans, beautiful mosquito eliminators. No side harmful side effects.

"The pied bat (Niumbaha superba), or badger bat, is a rare species of vesper bat in the Vespertilionidae family. It is the only species in the genus Niumbaha. Following a 2013 capture in South Sudan, only the fifth recorded capture of the species, the pied bat was determined to be of a new genus entirely. It is threatened by habitat loss." (Wikipedia)

"The pied bat (Niumbaha superba), or badger bat, is a rare species of vesper bat in the Vespertilionidae family. It is the only species in the genus Niumbaha. Following a 2013 capture in South Sudan, only the fifth recorded capture of the species, the pied bat was determined to be of a new genus entirely. It is threatened by habitat loss." (Wikipedia)

Ghost Bat. Bat populations are disappearing. Half the bats in the US are listed as rare, threatened or endangered.

Ghost Bat. Bat populations are disappearing. Half the bats in the US are listed as rare, threatened or endangered.

Cruella the long eared bat.    This is a picture of a 1 week old baby, brown long-eared bat, in the hand of a wildlife rescuer. It had to go thru rehabilitation, because her mother dropped her.

Who are you calling ugly? Gremlin bat nursed back to health after mum drops her in flight

Cruella the long eared bat. This is a picture of a 1 week old baby, brown long-eared bat, in the hand of a wildlife rescuer. It had to go thru rehabilitation, because her mother dropped her.

If you still hate bats- how could you not see this precious as a unique help to the cycle of so many thingsl! They help control insects, provide fertilizer, help spread plants' seeds..

If you still hate bats- how could you not see this precious as a unique help to the cycle of so many thingsl! They help control insects, provide fertilizer, help spread plants' seeds..

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