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..

OMG - that face!  What a cutie...wish I could have a bat as a pet.

OMG - that face! What a cutie...wish I could have a bat as a pet.

Types of Bats Chiroptera Animal Education Poster 27x39 – BananaRoad

Bats Chiroptera Animal Education Poster 27x39

Types of Bats Chiroptera Animal Education Poster 27x39 – BananaRoad

Long-eared bat - bats have such a bad rap, not to mention they're soo dang cute!!

Long-eared bat - bats have such a bad rap, not to mention they're soo dang cute!!

A very rare bat with leucism was just rescued on Australia's Gold Coast.

Rarest Orphan At Bat Clinic Has No Idea He's Any Different

A very rare bat with leucism was just rescued on Australia's Gold Coast.

The smallest mammal in the world, this tiny bat weighs less than 2 grams. Its body is about the size of a large bumblebee, hence the common name “bumblebee bat”. Since it was first described in 1974 this tiny mammal has been disturbed by collectors and tourists wanting to see the world’s smallest mammal. Today the main threats are from burning of the forest areas near the limestone caves in which it lives.

The smallest mammal in the world, this tiny bat weighs less than 2 grams. Its body is about the size of a large bumblebee, hence the common name “bumblebee bat”. Since it was first described in 1974 this tiny mammal has been disturbed by collectors and tourists wanting to see the world’s smallest mammal. Today the main threats are from burning of the forest areas near the limestone caves in which it lives.

Bat. How could you be scared of this little dude...Unless he flew into your long stupid hair.

Bat. How could you be scared of this little dude...Unless he flew into your long stupid hair.

Credit: Getty Brown long-eared bat Equipped with ears almost the same length as its body, this widely distributed tree dweller, found in woodlands such as Northamptonshire’s Fineshade Woods, doesn’t have to pursue prey in flight; it also picks off invertebrates from leaves and bark. Hovering in the canopy, brown long-eareds listen for the sound of a mo…

Credit: Getty Brown long-eared bat Equipped with ears almost the same length as its body, this widely distributed tree dweller, found in woodlands such as Northamptonshire’s Fineshade Woods, doesn’t have to pursue prey in flight; it also picks off invertebrates from leaves and bark. Hovering in the canopy, brown long-eareds listen for the sound of a mo…

Baby Flying Fox practicing his best 'Dracula' impression...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Baby Flying Fox practicing his best 'Dracula' impression... More

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Wildlife frozen in time

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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

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

Original en color en National Geographic http://tazintosh.com/en/my-flying-bat-selected-by-national-geographic/

Original en color en National Geographic http://tazintosh.com/en/my-flying-bat-selected-by-national-geographic/

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

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

Bat face! Soooooooooo cute.  T- remember our fruit bat friend who was happy to see us?  Love bats ever since

Bat face! Soooooooooo cute. T- remember our fruit bat friend who was happy to see us? Love bats ever since

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