CHIROPTERA

Japan 1974British Jersey 1999Democratic Republic of Germany 1962Chili 1948
Bonin Flying Fox
Pteropus pselaphon
(Pteropodidae)
Nathusius's Pipistrelle Bat
Pipistrellus nathusii
(Vespertilionidae)
Long-eared Bat
Plecotus auritus
(Vespertilionidae)
Red Fruit Bat
Stenoderma chilensis
(Phyllostomidae)


Common Vampire Bat
Desmodus rotundus
(Desmodontidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Daito Flying Fox
Pteropus dasymallus
(Pteropodidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Okinawa Flying Fox
Pteropus loochoensis
(Pteropodidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Spectacled Flying Fox
Pteropus conspicillatus
(Pteropodidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Greater Horseshoe Bat
Rhinolophus ferrumequinum
(Rhinolophidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Beccari's Freetail Bat
Mormopterus beccarii
(Molossidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Riversleigh Leaf-nosed Bat
Brachipposideros nooraleebus
(Phyllostomidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Japanese House Bat
Pipistrellus abramus
(Vespertilionidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Hodgson's Mouse-eared Bat
Myotis formosus
(Vespertilionidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Long-eared Bat
Plecotus auritus
(Vespertilionidae)
(CHIROPTERA)
Murgon Bat
Australonycteris clarkae
(Vespertilionidae)
(CHIROPTERA)


The Chiroptera have a long bone of the manual arm, bone of the finger very, and a parachute forms in growth, the meantime, and it is it with a wing and can fly about the air freely. The thumb protrudes apart from a wing and, among five fingers, has big hanging nail. The body is covered with hair.
The Bonin flying fox does the crowd of thousands in the daytime at several hundred time and hangs from a bough and takes a rest and it demand fruit from sunset and begin to move, and it can eat a vegetable and takes a rest several hours. If a vegetable eating is over, it return to an original tree. it say that it use the same tree for the home for several years. The staple food turns down only juice with fruit juice and drinks and spits out the refuse.

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