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The grey-headed flying fox is the largest bat in Australia, It relies on sight to locate its food (nectar, pollen and native fruits) and thus has large eyes.
Grey-headed flying foxes live a variety of habitats including rainforests, woodlands and swamps.During the day individuals reside in large roosts (colonies or 'camps') consisting of hundreds to tens of thousands of individuals.
Pictures taken at Parramatta River flying fox colony