Old World fruit bats

Old World fruit bats

Order : Chiroptera
Family : Pteropodidae
Subfamily : Pteropodinae

 

Facts about the subfamily Pteropodinae, the Old World fruit bats

Old World fruit bats are primarily diurnal/nocturnal;

" Old World fruit bats are found in Africa, Asia and the Indian Ocean islands.

Field studies that emphasize research on the conservation of Old World fruit bats is also encouraged.

Old World fruit bats are found in forests and.

Old World Fruit Bats are usually large with dog or fox-like faces(hence 'Flying Foxes'), and mainly live in the Tropics.

Old World fruit bats differ from the microbats (Microchiroptera) in a number of key features: Old world fruit bats are generally larger than

The Conservation of Old World Fruit Bats is an excellent resource.

The Old World fruit bats are the largest and most powerful flying mammals.

" Old World fruit bats are found in Africa, Asia and the Indian Ocean islands. (Full text)

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