Amazing 10 Types of Bat World's Most Strange
10. Bats Banana
species exclusive to western Mexico, renowned for its banana bat snout very long, the longest of any bat (relative to size).
These animals nectarivorous, which means eating on the nectar which is important pollinators in tropical forest habitats. It gets its name because it is often found in banana plantations.
9. Ghost Bat
White-haired bat is found in tropical rain forests from Mexico to Brazil, and also on the island of Trinidad, in the Caribbean. These are solitary animals that spend the daytime nesting under palm leaves, and then fly high at night, hunting moths and other flying insects.
8. Chapin's Bat
These bats have a "hair" that odd, and odd odor male bats to attract females during mating season. They eat insects and live in the Central African rain forest.
7. Bat face is Wrinkles
This fruit-eating species found in Mexico and Central America, where it was known as the "Murcielago viejito" ("bat parent") or Murcielago zopilote ("Bats Condor"), because his body a little naked and wrinkled. They have large folds of skin that they use as a mask to cover their faces when they sleep.
6. Big-eared Bat
This flying bats eat flying insects, like other bats, use echolocation to find prey, their large ears give them a hearing is much better than small-eared bat. They have diverse genera and are found in many parts of the world.
5. Bat fishermen
These large bats live in Mexico, Central and South America and mostly eat fish. Using long-clawed feet to take fish on the surface of the water and then eat through the wings. relatively smaller than the species are Lesser Fishing Bat Fishing Bat that its food is aquatic insects.
4. The face is the Ghost Bat
Bats Ghost face is widely spread in the New World, from the United States south to Peru. They barely nosed, have a strange skin flap loudly in their face and a very prominent forehead that gives them a very strange appearance. They eat nocturnal insects.
3 Sucker footed Bat
This bat, endemic to Madagascar, is expected to use a suction cup on its wings and ankle for hanging on palm leaves and other smooth surfaces.
Today it is known That They do not use suction, but rather adhesion, by producing a sticky substance That acts as a glue-the Same kind of adhesion found in tree Frogs and salamanders.
Today it is known that they do not use suction power, but adhesion, by producing a sticky substance that acts as a sort of glue-like adhesion was found in the tree frogs and salamanders.
2. Tube-nosed Bat
Found in the Philippine rain forest, kelelawarini has one of the strange faces among the mammals. ear dark with yellow spots, orange eyes and, especially, the nose-like tube, giving the appearance of his face like a cartoon character. most of them ate figs and other fruits, but in certain circumstances they also eat insects.
1. Bats Headed Hammer
Found in the African rain forest, this large bat gets its name because the shape of his head, which is great too weird, but this is only in the male. Most of the male thorax bat is a space to resonate that allows them to produce a very loud voice to attract the female bat. They eat fruits and, occasionally, in other animals.
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