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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 picks off invertebrates from leaves and bark. Credit: Getty.#bat #long-earedbat #edgechronicles

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By Daily Mail Reporter

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.


Pictures of the day: 30 July 2010

A baby long-eared bat is hand-reared at Secret Animal Rescue in Somerset. Its ears - not fully formed yet - will eventually sit on the top of its head, not the sides

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By Belinda Robinson

Captured: These amazing shots were captured by wildlife photographer Michael Durham who patiently waited for the creatures to appear - ready to snap them

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Adorable baby bats - honestly - snuggled in wool at animal shelter | Mail Online

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Strewth, this weather's totally batty! It's not only the humans who have lost their homes in the Australian floods

Baby bats at the Bat Clinic in Advancetown,Australia, which has helped at least 130 baby bats after the wet weather.

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By Leon Watson

A bat looks almost shy as it covers its face from the camera - Photography by the amazing Tim Flach

from the Guardian

Top 10 irreplaceable nature reserves on Earth - in pictures

Fruit bat with baby More