Woolly Bats

Woolly Bats are small in size and they stand out from other bat species because of their long and thick coat. The ears are round and they are barely visible because of the long fur. The eyes are very small just like the mouth. The tail is located inside the flight membrane. The coat can have a wide range of colors, but is often brown with a hint of orange.

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Lesser Woolly Bat

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