Bat droppings, also called guano, is primarily used as a fertilizer for gardening. Bat droppings have a high level of nitrogen, which is the component responsible for helping plants, flowers and vegetables grow tall and ... More »

Although bat droppings look almost the exact same as mouse droppings, one can tell the two apart by comparing consistency, shininess and location. The biggest difference between the two is their consistency, as mouse dro... More »

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Experts categorize animal droppings as pellets, plop, large tubular, small tubular and white. Deer, elk, llamas and rabbits produce pellet-shaped droppings, while the droppings of bears, cows and buffalo are of the plop ... More »

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Bat house kits and blueprints can be purchased and downloaded at the Organization for Bat Conservation and the Bat Conservation International websites. The websites also offer educational materials and information on var... More »

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Although bat droppings look almost the exact same as mouse droppings, one can tell the two apart by comparing consistency, shininess and location. The biggest difference between the two is their consistency, as mouse dro... More »

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Bat guano coffee, also known as kopi luwak, is made from the droppings of the Asian palm civet, Paradoxurus hermaphroditus, after it has eaten coffee berries. The civet chooses and consumes the tastiest and ripest coffee... More »

Bat flying speeds vary by the species, but they can range from 12 mph up to 40 to 60 mph. The Mexican free-tailed bat is one of the fastest, flying at speeds up to 60 mph. More »