Biggest Daubenton’s bats colony found

This video shows Daubenton’s bats at the Kapellbrücke bridge in Lucerne in Switzerland in 2007.

Research has found out that the biggest Daubenton’s bats colony in the Netherlands is in the church of Metslawier village in Friesland province: 270 bats.

These animals eat mainly moths and mosquitoes.

9 thoughts on “Biggest Daubenton’s bats colony found

  1. Wow. I once found an injured bat baby. Tended to it for a week. He was so beautiful. Let him fly away once his wing healed…. Everyone called me a freak… Not that I minded. I don’t mind being called one if I have to take care of an injured animal/bird


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