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Brushie brushie brushie....

>> No.4722784

That's not a vampire bat.

>> No.4722807

>>4722784
But it is adorable.

>> No.4722811

>>4722784
Well then mr. Veteriniarian, what kind of bat is it?

>> No.4722835
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>>4722784
Perhaps the same could be said for all bats.

>> No.4722846

>>4722835
No, the same couldn't be said for all bats. It couldn't be said for vampire bats, since they are vampire bats.

>> No.4722857

>>4722811
Hell if I know. Fruit bat? I'm not a bat expert. Go ask /an/.

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>>4722846
Die monster, you don't belong in this world.

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I'm obliged to post this every time I see this bat.

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4723078

Yeah! That's awesome Chen! Eat Remilia again!

>> No.4723109
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4723109

I'm no expert on bats but this one looks a tad like a baby grey headed flying fox. Not sure on it, though, could be wrong.

Also, here's a bat I like.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/01/070108-bat-sucker.html

Picture is Honduran ghost bat. It makes tents on Heliconia plants by biting the sides of the leaves so that the leaf closes on them like a curtain, I think. Each tent hosts a male and a number of females.

>> No.4723116

>>4723109
They look like Primeapes.

>> No.4723120

>>4723116
This.

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