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Brown long-eared bat. Equipped with ears almost the same length as its body, this widely distributed tree dweller, found in woodlands such as Northamptonshire’s Fineshade Woods, doesn’t have to pursue prey in flight; it picks off invertebrates from leaves and bark. Credit: Getty.#bat #long-earedbat #edgechronicles

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Tripping the flight fantastic: Stunning images show agile bats hunting moths and drinking from pond

Captured: These amazing shots were captured by wildlife photographer Michael Durham who patiently waited for the creatures to appear - ready to snap them

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giant fruit bat - the maldives

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Strewth, this weather's totally batty! It's not only the humans who have lost their homes in the Australian floods

Baby bats at the Bat Clinic in Advancetown,Australia, which has helped at least 130 baby bats after the wet weather.

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

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orphan baby flying fox

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Stunning shots of thirsty bats swooping down for a drink from garden pond

Kim Taylor managed to get shots of Brown Long-eared Bats and Daubeton Bats swooping down to lap up pond water at 20MPH.

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Set of 3 felt Halloween hanging decoration, tree ornament

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The Daily Cute: Baby Bats!

I don't know why people are so scared of bats. I guess for the same reasons people are scared of other rodents.

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