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Published on Mar 4, 2013

The majestic and dirty megabat. And Erik the microbat. And Lilly.
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Fruit bat (flying fox) hanging upside down on white background.
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Fruit bat (flying fox) hanging in Tree.
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Flying fox, Pteropus giganteus./Wikimedia commons
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Grey-Headed Flying Foxes To Be Relocated From Royal Botanic.
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Franquet's Epauletted Fruit Bat (Epomops franqueti), close up
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Two fruit bats eating and fighting for food.
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Black flying-fox (Pteropus alecto), Kakadu National Park, Northern territory, Australia.
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Lyle's flying fox - (Pteropus lylei).
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Lyles flying fox (Pteropus lylei) gripping branch, close-up.
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Bat hanging on a tree branch.
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Flying Foxes.
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A flying fox hangs upside down from a branch.
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Bat hanging on a tree branch at night.
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Baby Flying Foxes Rescued In Queensland.
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Baby Flying Foxes Rescued In Queensland.
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Baby Flying Foxes Rescued In Queensland.
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Baby Flying Foxes Rescued In Queensland.
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frugivorous bat (Artibeus sp.)
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Great Fruit-eating Bat (Artibeus lituratus)
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frugivorous bat (Atribeus sp.)
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Jamaican, common or Mexican fruit bat (Artibeus jamaicensis) portrait (Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica).
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frugivorous bat (Artibeus sp.)
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Flying-fox in Rinca, Indonesia
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Bat Hanging from Branch.
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Bat Hanging from Branch
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