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Two flying foxes hanging from branch, close-up (toned B&W) : Stock Photo
Flying foxes (Pteropus sp.) are also known as fruit bats. Found in forests and swamps near coastal areas in Africa, South East Asia, Australia and Pacific & Indian islands. They are clumsy in landing, and often have to crash into bushes or trees to come to a stop.

Two flying foxes hanging from branch, close-up (toned B&W)

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Tim Flach
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Flying foxes (Pteropus sp.) are also known as fruit bats. Found in forests and swamps near coastal areas in Africa, South East Asia, Australia and Pacific & Indian islands. They are clumsy in landing, and often have to crash into bushes or trees to come to a stop.
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