Rare Natterer’s bat in Dutch national park for first time


This video sas about itself:

The Natterer’s bat in the BBC’s Life of Mammals series. In this clip, Natterer’s bats remove spiders from their webs to eat.

According to Twitter messages today, the rare Natterer’s bat has been found for the first time ever in the Biesbosch national park in the Netherlands.

The animal was found in an old military bunker, especially reconstructed for wintering bats.

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