Vampire bats occupy a range that extends from Mexico south to Argentina and Chile. However, there are three extant species of vampire bats, and the exact range depends upon the species. More »

The vampire bat is native to North, Central and South America, from Mexico to Argentina. There is only one positive confirmation of a vampire bat sighting in the United States. More »

Common vampire bats are 3 to 3.5 inches long, with short reddish-orange or brown fur and small or no tails. They have short, blunt muzzles and pointed ears. The upper incisor teeth with which they pierce prey are razor-s... More »

Vampire bats rarely attack humans because free-ranging cattle provide a more readily accessible food source. Vampire bats are also extremely light-sensitive; attacks on humans only occur in dimly lit areas, such as camps... More »

J.P. Morgan Chase has international banking locations in 100 countries, including, in Latin America, Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Mexico and, in the Asia Pacific region, New Zealand, Malaysia, India, China and Japan. Fra... More »

Hispanic countries include Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay, Venezuela, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guine... More »

As of 2014 Latin American countries include Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Paraguay, El S... More »