Bats live in regions across six continents on the globe in forests, deserts, urban settings, caves and even bat houses constructed by people. Due to their ability to adapt, there is essentially no limit to where a bat ma... More »

Fruit bats typically eat a large variety of fruits ranging from mangoes to avocado. They are capable of adapting to eat whichever fruits are available to them in their habitat; they also use the same trees for sleeping. More »

Fruit bats live in the tropical areas of the world, such as the Middle East, Asia, Australia and Africa. They prefer locations with warm climates because they do not hibernate in cold weather. More »

Successful bat houses need at least 2 feet of height. Cedar is an excellent building material for bat houses and needs to remain rough or textured to allow bats to grip it. More »

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The natural habitat of rabbits largely depends on their species, but it includes meadows, prairies, deserts, farmlands, thickets, forests, wetlands and moorlands. The Eastern cottontail, the most common type of rabbit in... More »

Bats often roost in caves, but they can make use of almost any shelter. Some species make tents out of leaves, and others live in burrows made by other animals or in termite nests. Bats have even been seen roosting in fl... More »

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Bats exit their caves in whatever direction is open to them, using echolocation both to avoid collision and to locate food. It is a popular myth that they always turn left, a legend that may have first surfaced via an em... More »