Nycteris thebaica (Egyptian slit-faced bat)

Common slit-faced bat [English]; Gewone spleetneusvlerrnuis [Afrikaans]; Agyptische Schlitznase [German]; nyctere de Geoffroy [French]

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Nycteris thebaica (Egyptian slit-faced bat)

Nycteris thebaica (Egyptian slit-faced bat), Nossob Camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa. [photo Bernard Dupont  ]

 


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