Bats

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Notes

-I am fairly certain that the spine of the Fruit Bat is not correctly attached to the head. The first vertebrae is stuck onto the bottom of the skull rather than curving to meet the back of the skull.

Black Flying Fox

Flying Fox 1
Flying Fox 1
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Flying Fox 2
Flying Fox 2
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Flying Fox 3
Flying Fox 3
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Flying Fox 4
Flying Fox 4
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Flying Fox 5
Flying Fox 5
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Flying Fox 6
Flying Fox 6
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Flying Fox 7
Flying Fox 7
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Flying Fox 8
Flying Fox 8
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Flying Fox 9
Flying Fox 9
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Flying Fox 10
Flying Fox 10
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Flying Fox 11
Flying Fox 11
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Flying Fox 12
Flying Fox 12
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Flying Fox 13
Flying Fox 13
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Flying Fox 14
Flying Fox 14
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Flying Fox 15
Flying Fox 15
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Lesser Short-Nosed Fruit Bat

Bat 1
Bat 1
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Bat 2
Bat 2
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Bat 3
Bat 3
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Bat 4
Bat 4
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Bat 5
Bat 5
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Bat 6
Bat 6
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Bat 7
Bat 7
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Bat 8
Bat 8
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Bat 9
Bat 9
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Bat 10
Bat 10
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Bat 11
Bat 11
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Bat 12
Bat 12
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Bat 13
Bat 13
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Bat 14
Bat 14
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Bat 15
Bat 15
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Bat 16
Bat 16
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Bat 17
Bat 17
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Bat 18
Bat 18
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