Recent Examples of flying fox from the Web
Despite how adorable munching Miss Alicia is, little flying foxes are so common in Australia that some farmers see them as pests.
There is perhaps no better place to go bird-watching this holiday season - and no easier way to get so close to so many exotic flying creatures, including rhinoceros hornbills, Malayan flying fox fruit bats and laughing kookaburras.
Irreverent red-faced monkeys fornicated on the temple roof and patrolled the tree’s lower branches, while hundreds of flying foxes hung like overripe fruits in the canopy.
Sunbeams had lanced the darkness, and the flying foxes were returning to the tree to roost.
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