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Often mistaken for birds and as with most mysterious creatures, associated with a lot of misconceptions, superstition and of course, evil, bats are ordinary mammals made extraordinary Continue Reading

Bats have been portrayed in pop culture as dangerous, blood-sucking creatures since Bram Stoker’s Dracula turned into one in the pages of the immortal novel. But this Continue Reading

Bats, otherwise called flying foxes are mammals that are able to fly. They fit in the Chiropteran order as the mammals of the second largest group. The Continue Reading

The Pallid Bat (Antrozous Pallidus) is a very large bat. As its name implies, it is pale in color, with yellow and brown tones. Even its ears Continue Reading

Lasiurus Seminolus, better known as the Seminole bat, is medium in size.  It is dark in color, characterized by a brown fur that is the color of Continue Reading

Myotis Septentrionalis, better known simply as the Northern Long-eared Bat, is located in different parts of the eastern portion of the United States, as long as they Continue Reading

As their name implies, Long-legged bats, the ‘Myotis Volans’, are fairly long bats.  Their tails are long, their ears are short, and they have big feet as Continue Reading

Of the 900 species of bats in the world, only 45 of them live in the United States, and most of these species are quite localized, such Continue Reading

Have you heard about the Big Brown Bat?  Well, now it is time to discuss the Little Brown Bat, which is also known, scientifically, as Myotis Lucifugus.  Continue Reading

Fruit bats are some of the most popular bats in the world– they are furry, cute mammals and do not inspire the fear that some people have Continue Reading

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