Wild bats in Amsterdam zoo


This June 2017 shows a serotine bat mother washing her youngster in the Netherlands.

Artis zoo in Amsterdam in the Netherlands reports today that in June, wild bats in the zoo were counted.

The count: 785 common pipistrelle bats, 17 Nathusius’ pipistrelles and four serotine bats.

The bats flew especially near the camel and small mammals compounds.

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