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Livingstone's Fruit Bat (Comoro Flying Fox) - Pteropus livingstonii - This Old World bat is of the family Pteropodidae and is found only in the Comoros islands of the western Indian Ocean. It is the largest and rarest of all Comorian species - Image : © Richard Wainwright

Livingstone's Fruit Bat (Comoro Flying Fox) - Pteropus livingstonii - This Old World bat is of the family Pteropodidae and is found only in the Comoros islands of the western Indian Ocean. It is the largest and rarest of all Comorian species - Image : © Richard Wainwright

Baby getting bath, Megabat, Flying-fox, Flying Fox, Flying Foxes, Fruit bat, Microbat, wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and education. Bats Rule Australia Queensland

Baby getting bath, Megabat, Flying-fox, Flying Fox, Flying Foxes, Fruit bat, Microbat, wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and education. Bats Rule Australia Queensland

The long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) is a species of vesper bat.

The long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) is a species of vesper bat.

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Fledermaus

Nyctimene rabori (tube-nosed fruit bat) is a critically endangered fruit bat which endemic on the Philippine Islands. It is found in or adjacent to forest (sea level to 1,300 m), in both primary and secondary forest. N. rabori was previously thought to be confined to high-quality forest, but it is tolerant to a wider range of habitats than previously suspected.

Nyctimene rabori (tube-nosed fruit bat) is a critically endangered fruit bat which endemic on the Philippine Islands. It is found in or adjacent to forest (sea level to 1,300 m), in both primary and secondary forest. N. rabori was previously thought to be confined to high-quality forest, but it is tolerant to a wider range of habitats than previously suspected.

Volpe volante delle Comore (Pteropus livingstonii)

Volpe volante delle Comore (Pteropus livingstonii)

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Malayan flying fox....looks like a fall leaf

Malayan flying fox....looks like a fall leaf

There are thought to be fewer than 1,000 of the animals left in the wild on the islands of Anjouan and Moheli, in the #Comoros archipelago off the south-east coast of #Africa. They roost in the tree tops of the islands' montane forests but this habitat is under increasing pressure from human activities.

In pictures: Biggest bat survey

There are thought to be fewer than 1,000 of the animals left in the wild on the islands of Anjouan and Moheli, in the #Comoros archipelago off the south-east coast of #Africa. They roost in the tree tops of the islands' montane forests but this habitat is under increasing pressure from human activities.

Sommige mensen vinden ze doodeng ... maar deze is echt mooi!

Sommige mensen vinden ze doodeng ... maar deze is echt mooi!

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