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Hairy slit-faced bat

Hairy slit-faced bat

An extremely rare and fascinating find, this is an albino Geoffroy's Hairy-legged Bat (Anoura geoffroyi). This species feeds on fruit, nectar, pollen, and insects, and provides efficient seed dispersal and pollinating services for several tree species in Trinidad.

An extremely rare and fascinating find, this is an albino Geoffroy's Hairy-legged Bat (Anoura geoffroyi). This species feeds on fruit, nectar, pollen, and insects, and provides efficient seed dispersal and pollinating services for several tree species in Trinidad.

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Bat with a beautiful white patch on it's face. Most likely caused from a previous wound.

Bat with a beautiful white patch on it's face. Most likely caused from a previous wound.

Bumblebee bat

Bumblebee bat

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Referred to as “The Silent Planter”, giant golden-crowned flying-foxes are known to scatter the seeds of the fruit they eat in their dropping; this makes them vital to the ecosystem of the Philippines' rainforests.

Giant Golden-crowned Flying Fox, Fruit Bat, World's Largest Bat, Endangered

Referred to as “The Silent Planter”, giant golden-crowned flying-foxes are known to scatter the seeds of the fruit they eat in their dropping; this makes them vital to the ecosystem of the Philippines' rainforests.

long eared bat

long eared bat

Baby bat, zoo born?, holding on between upheld fingers, frontal eye gaze

Baby bat, zoo born?, holding on between upheld fingers, frontal eye gaze

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