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These are the only animations of Bats however, there maybe some used on other pages and more aninations can be accessed from the table at the bottom of the page.

 

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Unlike the widespread belief, Bats are very clean animals that groom themselves continually.

There are over 1000 known species of Bats and usually live between 20–40 years. Most are so tiny that they would fit in the palm of your hand.

Most Bat species give birth to one single pup each year. They are considered the slowest reproducing mammals on earth, based on their size.

Bats help in pollination and food dispersal.

Contrary to popular belief Bats are not blind; instead most of them have very good eyesight.

The Bat droppings found in caves help whole ecosystems of unique organisms. This includes bacteria, which are useful in detoxifying wastes, improving detergents and producing antibiotics.

Bats rest during the day and are often found in some isolated place, hanging head down, sleeping or quarrelling. As night approaches, they fly about inside the cave and then they fly out of the cave in search of food.

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Different species of Bats eat different kinds of food including moths, crickets, gnats, beetles, small frogs, lizards, birds, fish, pollen, nectar and petals. Bats that consume frogs are able to identify poisonous frogs by listening to the mating calls of male frogs.

When moths hear the echolocation (a type of radar) calls of Bats, they are known to protect themselves by dropping to the ground, trying to escape.

Bats have the ability to fly and catch insects because of the structure of their wing membrane, the arrangement of the bones that support it and the positioning of the muscles.

The footsteps of a beetle can be heard by the African Heart–Nosed Bat from a distance of more than 1.6m (6ft).

Vampire Bats are one of the few mammals who put their own life at risk to share food with the unfortunate roost-mates.

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Vampire Bat’s saliva has an agent in it being used to treat stroke victims and human heart patients.

According to Scientists, Vampire Bat saliva is the best known medicine for keeping blood from clotting.

The Honduran White Bat is snow white in colour and has a yellow nose and ears. It protects its small colonies from jungle rains by cutting large leaves to make “tents”.

The Chapin’s Free–Tailed Bats have large tufts of white hair on top of their heads which they use for the same purpose.

One Little Brown Bat can eat over to 1,000 mosquitoes in one hour. It is also known as one of the world’s longest—lived mammals considering its size. Its life spans is approximately 40 years. They can also bring down their heart rate to 20 beats per minute and can even stop breathing for over 45 minutes at a time, whilst in hibernation.

Tiny Woolly Bats of West Africa can be found in the big webs of colonial spiders.

To attract their mates during courtship, male Gambian Epauletted Bats of Africa are blessed with pouches in their shoulders that contain large, showy patches of white fur.

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