Free-tailed Bats

Free-tailed bats have characteristically short and broad snouts with broad lips. The ears are short, wide and bent forward. The eyes are small. The wings are long and narrow. They have a short dense coat that is usually red, brown or black in color. The tail is remarkably long, hence the name Free-tailed Bat.

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