Fruit bats, like the Indian flying fox, have large eyes and are able to see fruits and flowers in the dark.
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Now, there are some species of vampire bats in Central and South America.
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While any wild animal has the potential to contract rabies or other diseases, bats are no more likely carriers than a raccoon or a squirrel.
Like any wild animal, it is best not to touch them. Bats voluntarily eat up to 600 mosquitos an hour, while you are sleeping, protecting us from malaria, West Nile Virus, dengue and yellow fever. Their populations are under threat across the continents, including right here in North America.
Bats have an undeserved bad reputation, and it’s time to set some bat myths straight.
We aren’t saying vampires don’t exist, especially in the Pacific Northwest’s murky rain forests (ahem, Forks), but we can guarantee that bats are certainly not going to drain your blood or hypnotize your girlfriend.
Fruit bats also play an essential role in their environment as flower and fruit tree pollinators. For too long the urgency of this problem has been ignored because bats are less popular and less understood than some of the other charismatic animals at the center of many conservation campaigns.