Livingstone’s Flying Fox

Livingstone's Flying Fox

Like other pteropodids, Livingstone’s flying foxes are nocturnal, active in the evening and at night when foraging for fruit.

Like other pteropodids, Livingstone’s flying foxes are nocturnal. They are active in the evening and at night when foraging for fruit.

Females forage at night and return to their young in the maternity roost to nurse them.


Image | © Quaddles, Some Rights Reserved (CC BY 3.0)
Sources | (Dewey & Long, 2007; Hutchins, Kleiman, & Geist, 2003)

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