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Bandada gigante de pájaros en un arbol

Bandada gigante de pájaros en un arbol

Beautiful photo:  a Malayan Flying Fox bat sharing a meal with a butterfly, from the Organization for Bat Conservation

Beautiful photo: a Malayan Flying Fox bat sharing a meal with a butterfly, from the Organization for Bat Conservation

Bruce Thomson| Spectacled Flying Foxes, Pteropus conspicillatus, Australia | in their daytime roost (camp) in the Tolga Scrub near Atherton, Queensland, endangered species (vulnerable)

Bruce Thomson| Spectacled Flying Foxes, Pteropus conspicillatus, Australia | in their daytime roost (camp) in the Tolga Scrub near Atherton, Queensland, endangered species (vulnerable)

GHOST BAT--NOW IF THEY WERE ALL WHITE THEY WOULD BE SO LESS SCARY!--RP BY HAMMERSCHMID

GHOST BAT--NOW IF THEY WERE ALL WHITE THEY WOULD BE SO LESS SCARY!--RP BY HAMMERSCHMID

.bats are amazing creatures, very maternal (have only 1 baby a year), are quite intelligent and so very necessary for our environment.  They are harmless to humans.

.bats are amazing creatures, very maternal (have only 1 baby a year), are quite intelligent and so very necessary for our environment. They are harmless to humans.

I love bats.  They sleep out of the way in deep dark damp caves, they give us amazing fertilizer, they pollinate millions of plants, eat billions of bugs, and because they know folks think them scary, they are polite enough to do it all on the night shift, silently.  Then they sleep upside down, and see by radar just to prove that there is more than one good way to do something.  We all would literally be in a world of hurt and disease without bats.

I love bats. They sleep out of the way in deep dark damp caves, they give us amazing fertilizer, they pollinate millions of plants, eat billions of bugs, and because they know folks think them scary, they are polite enough to do it all on the night shift, silently. Then they sleep upside down, and see by radar just to prove that there is more than one good way to do something. We all would literally be in a world of hurt and disease without bats.

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