This female Grey-Headed Flying-Fox Bat recently rescued is very happy to munch on some grapes. This type of bat only feeds on nectar, blossoms, pollen, and fruit, which explains their limited tropical distribution. They do not possess echolocation, a feature which helps the other suborder of bats, the microbats, locate and catch prey such as insects in midair. Instead, smell and eyesight are very well-developed in flying fox bats. Feeding ranges can reach up to 40 miles.
Bat Eating a Delicious Grape
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