Tomb Bats

Tomb Bats are very small bats. Their tails are enclosed in the interfemoral membrane. Futhermore they have a typical mammal-like nose, noticeable triangular ears and relatively large eyes. The back and head are medium grey or brown while the belly is much lighter in color.

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