Chiroptera

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  • Pteropus sp., The fruit bat, also known as the "flying fox", is a member of the suborder Megachiroptera. These bats, as their name suggests, are large fruit eating bats achieving a wingspan of up to 6 feet. Fruit bats are an old world species and are found in Africa, Asia and Australia. Due to their..
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  • Hypsignathus monstrosus., The hammerhead bat, native to the rainforests of central Africa, is the largest of the African bats. The male of this strange-looking species possess a large inflated snout, providing its name. Hammerhead bats are primarily fruit eaters that specialize in figs and other sof..
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  • Hypsignathus monstrosus., The hammerhead bat, native to the rainforests of central Africa, is the largest of the African bats. The male of this strange-looking species possess a large inflated snout, providing its name. Hammerhead bats are primarily fruit eaters that specialize in figs and other sof..
    $54.08
  • Myotis sp. Bats are small mammals that belong to the order Chiroptera (hand-wing). These winged creatures are the only mammals capable of true flight. *Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Chiroptera FAMILY: Vespertilionidae *Skull Length: 1.6 cm (0.6 in) ..
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  • Desmodus rotundus., The vampire bat has long been the subject of fear and lore. Found in northern Mexico south to Uruguay, the vampire bat, as its name suggests, feeds on the blood of other mammals. Feeding occurs when the bat locates sleeping prey, bites a tiny hole with its razor-like incisors, th..
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