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Published on Dec 29, 2011

With their giant wingspans, flying foxes are the world's biggest bats. Australia's black flying foxes are a prime example, with wingspans up to six feet (two meters)!
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Anyone else think these are the cutest things ever?
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Nitokris Ghoul
They remind me of my dog. If I saw one in person I'd overdose on the cute.
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Kristian Brandt
Why is this guy talking to me like I'm an idiot?
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Totally agree. I've worked on many wildlife programs and this style of narration is really irritating...however if it's for kids that's fine. Having said that, I don't remember needing that when I was a kid. I just wanted the content to be interesting.
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gay me
They're so fucking cool and cute
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tyler durden bih you cant even fly take a seat
tyler durden
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Oh look, more reasons to never go to australia
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jformaldehydem hey North America has a lot more common variant of rabies guys get real we are the only continent without rabies
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TheLegendaryBlackBeastOf Aaagh
How the goddamn hell have I gone 27 years of life without ever knowing that there are giant goddamn bats on this planet?
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Sam Sanders
+Faith Ike-Elechi you get bats in every country (y) got loads here in England, got even more in the states!
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Gabriella Favre
I had one of these cuties come in through my window once while i was living in toowoomba, he or she, would come in every afternoon and hang down on my clothes horse cuddle herself and relax then leave when she was cool enough. 
birdsqautch man
Gabriella Favre AHH! torch it! torch the clothes! DIE YOU DEMON SPAWN OF HELL!!
Some Guy
Lucky! D:
Fly my babies, FLY!
Random Cat
+WhatTaDooo THEY ARE CUTE SOMETIMES not always
The 228 dislikes are bugs.
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metal sonic productions
The Mighty Honey Badger they also eat bugs
Make that 260 dislikes.
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I'd love to hear what he's saying, but I just can't tolerate his inflection. It's like he's talking to a kindergarten class. 
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He kinda does actually!
Maureen Roy
Not quite as obnoxious though as the young "web journalist" presenters on the various Discovery network shows.
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Chris Sherfield
I fucking want one
there's a lovely channel here Megabattie. they rescue take care of baby flying foxes. if you're Australian, you can join their team
Dorito Minendres
I'll give you fucking one
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