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Hemprich's long-eared bat (Otonycteris hemprichii), a gleaning insectivore of deserts that is known to feed on scorpions.

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Whiskered bat - Myotis mystacinus. I picture him saying "gooooooooooooooooooooooo awayyyyyyyyyyyy!!!" awwww

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Javan Hawk Eagle - endangered ~ One of the rarest of all raptors, the Javan Hawk-eagle is believed to be a monogamous species. The female usually lays one egg in nest high on top of forest trees. The diet consists mainly of birds, lizards, fruit bats and mammals.

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Feel the force: Tube-nosed bat which bears striking resemblance to Yoda discovered as scientists find hundreds of new species

Tube-Nosed Bat, discovered in Papua, New Guinea: Jedi Master? #Bat #New_Guinea

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Lasiurus borealis Eastern red bats are North America's most abundant “tree bats.” They are found wherever there are trees east of the Rocky Mountains from Canada to as far south as central Florida. Eastern red bats roost right out in the foliage of deciduous or sometimes evergreen trees. Despite their bright red color, these bats are actually rather cryptic, looking like dead leaves or pine cones.

Pied or Badger Bat, Niumbaha superba: a rare species of ves-per bat & the only species in the genus Niumbaha. Following a 2013 capture in S Sudan, only the 5th recorded capture of the species, the pied bat was determined to be of a new genus entirely. Threatened by habitat loss. Wikipedia

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