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Giant Golden-Crowned Flying Fox

Acerodon jubatus


One of the Largest Fruit Bat in the world. Conservation status: Endangered (IUCN 3.1)[1]


Endemic to forests in the Philippines

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KdonGalay a year ago

Thank you Daniele Pralong for choosing my post as Spotting of the Day!

DanielePralong a year ago

Congratulations Kdon Galay, your Giant Golden-Crowned Flying Foxes have been chosen as Spotting of the Day for #BatAppreciationDay:

"Today is #BatAppreciationDay! There are many reasons as to why we should appreciate bats. Not sure why? Learn about bats in this blog piece from our archives:
Bat species around the world continue to be threatened by human-related activities. Together with well known threats to biodiversity such as habitat loss and hunting, bats face newer threats such as the spread of white-nose syndrome in North America and mass die-offs from heat-waves due to climate change. Learn more via Bat Conservation International: "



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Negros Occidental, Philippines

Spotted on Oct 31, 2017
Submitted on Dec 5, 2017

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