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"Smile for the Camera" - Tough Guy (cropped and desaturated photo from Matt Reinbold)  (THOSE TEETH

Smile for the Camera

This is "Tough Guy", and I think he's a big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus, based on what I can see of his dentition, the shape of his tragus, and from what I've gathered from the other bats I've caught in the building. I forget what number Tough Guy is this season, I lose track of these things. But anyway, he's a male as far as I can tell, which is rare compared to females. For those that don't know, I do bat rescue in the dormitories here. He's really quite nice, but likes to put on his tough…

we-knew-not-the-month-of-october:  Fresh. Check out the project on Behance

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Just a few of the images available in the Shakespeare Collection.

Libraries | Birmingham City Council

Just a few of the images available in the Shakespeare Collection.

The Yellow-winged Bat. Hippo Hill camp, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, 08\22\2011,

Yellow-winged bat

The Yellow-winged Bat. Hippo Hill camp, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, 08\22\2011,

Bats of the World by Mewitti on DeviantArt

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Strange New Leaf-Nosed Bat Found in Vietnam

Despite an onslaught of leeches, scientists have uncovered a new bat species whose face bristles with leaf-like protrusions.

Unless it's like Dracula in bat form.

17 Photos Of Bats That Prove They’re Adorable AF

Unless it's like Dracula in bat form.

Hoary Bats are seldom found in urban settings. They have sometimes been spotted hunting at night in the glow of streetlights, especially in country parks, but during the day they carefully hide themselves.

Hoary Bats are seldom found in urban settings. They have sometimes been spotted hunting at night in the glow of streetlights, especially in country parks, but during the day they carefully hide themselves.