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The Ozark big-eared bat feeds primarily on moths but may also eat other bugs in and around its forested hunting grounds. It makes its home in caves, relying on their protection during hibernation and maternity. But they have been known to feed on people as well.
But their bites can cause nasty infections and disease.
Article posted April 30, 2012 at 12:23 PM •
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Awesome story man what kind of nasty infections does it give you?Ive seen a bat before but not a vampire bat.You should read my blog story bout bison its really really really cool.
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