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2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 14 seconds
Where does the False vampire live?
The false vampire bat is a common name for several species of bats that belong to different families and genera.
They are called false vampires because they were once mistakenly thought to feed on blood, like the true vampire bats of the subfamily Desmodontinae.
The false vampire bats have a wide distribution across the world, and they live in different habitats depending on the species.
Some of the most well-known false vampire bats are:
- The spectral bat (Vampyrum spectrum), also known as the great false vampire bat, great spectral bat, American false vampire bat or Linnaeus's false vampire bat.
It is found in Mexico, Central America, and South America, where it roosts in tree hollows or caves.
- The greater false vampire bat (Megaderma lyra), also known as the Indian false vampire bat or greater false-vampire.
It is native to Asia, where it ranges from India and Sri Lanka to China and Indonesia.
It roosts in caves, buildings, or tree hollows.
- The heart-nosed bat (Cardioderma cor), also known as the heart-nosed false vampire bat or heart-nosed megabat.
It is native to Africa, where it occurs in the eastern and central parts of the continent.
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