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HALLOWEEN-DAY/UKRAINE-ZOO
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October 29, 2019
An Egyptian fruit bat eats a pumpkin during Halloween celebrations at the zoo in Kiev, Ukraine October...
Kiev, Ukraine
Halloween celebrations at the zoo in Kiev
An Egyptian fruit bat eats a pumpkin during Halloween celebrations at the zoo in Kiev, Ukraine October 29, 2019. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
ISRAEL-BATS/
RTX6WQSP
May 27, 2019
An Egyptian fruit-bat pup suckles from its mother during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Egyptian fruit-bat pup suckles from its mother during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in...
An Egyptian fruit-bat pup suckles from its mother during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel May 27, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-BATS/
RTX6WQOX
May 27, 2019
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during...
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel May 27, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-BATS/
RTX6WQOV
May 27, 2019
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during...
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel May 27, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-BATS/
RTX6WQOT
May 27, 2019
An Egyptian fruit-bat pup suckles from its mother during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Egyptian fruit-bat pup suckles from its mother during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in...
An Egyptian fruit-bat pup suckles from its mother during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel May 27, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-BATS/
RTX6WQOS
May 27, 2019
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during...
Lee Harten, a PhD candidate of Tel Aviv University School of Zoology, holds an Egyptian fruit-bat during an interview with Reuters at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel May 27, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-BATS/
RTX6WQOR
May 27, 2019
Egyptian fruit-bats are seen at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Egyptian fruit-bats are seen at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv,...
Egyptian fruit-bats are seen at a laboratory in the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel May 27, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
Animals
Animals
Caring for bats
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ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX286TC
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX286S9
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX286N1
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285UV
February 23, 2016
An injured Egyptian fruit bat perches next to cages at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An injured Egyptian fruit bat perches next to cages at the home of Israeli woman, Lifschitz, in Tel Aviv...
An injured Egyptian fruit bat perches next to cages at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, in Tel Aviv February 22, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 22, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285UN
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, treats Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv February 22, 2016....
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, treats Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, treats Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv February 22, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 22, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285U8
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, feeds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, feeds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, feeds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285U5
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 22, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 22, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285U2
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman Lifschitz holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285TY
February 23, 2016
An injured Egyptian fruit bat hangs on a teddy bear at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An injured Egyptian fruit bat hangs on a teddy bear at the home of Israeli woman, Lifschitz, in Tel Aviv...
An injured Egyptian fruit bat hangs on a teddy bear at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285TG
February 23, 2016
Injured Egyptian fruit bats hang on a teddy bear at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, in...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Injured Egyptian fruit bats hang on a teddy bear at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, in...
Injured Egyptian fruit bats hang on a teddy bear at the home of Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285TF
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, treats an Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 22,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman, Lifschitz, treats Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, treats an Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 22, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 22, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285N0
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman Lifschitz holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 21, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-ANIMALS/
RTX285MY
February 23, 2016
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, treats injured Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv February...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli woman Lifschitz treats injured Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv
Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, treats injured Egyptian fruit bats at her home in Tel Aviv February 22, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the fyling mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Picture taken February 22, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
HEALTH-EBOLA/BATS C
RTR4CMJG
November 03, 2014
HEALTH-EBOLA/BATS - Map showing the range of fruit bats in Africa with locations of countries of past...
Sierra Leone
HEALTH-EBOLA/BATS C
HEALTH-EBOLA/BATS - Map showing the range of fruit bats in Africa with locations of countries of past and recent Ebola outbreaks. (SIN09)
HEALTH-EBOLA/HOSTS C
RTR44YZH
September 04, 2014
HEALTH-EBOLA/HOSTS - Map showing the range of fruit bats, chimps, and gorillas in Africa, all linked...
Sierra Leone
HEALTH-EBOLA/HOSTS C
HEALTH-EBOLA/HOSTS - Map showing the range of fruit bats, chimps, and gorillas in Africa, all linked to spreading the Ebola virus in communities that eat them
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXY0M
March 26, 2013
A Rodrigue fruit bat hangs on a perch in the Masoala Rainforest hall at the zoo in Zurich March 26, 2013....
Basel, Switzerland
A Rodrigue fruit bat hangs on a perch in the Masoala Rainforest hall at the zoo in Zurich
A Rodrigue fruit bat hangs on a perch in the Masoala Rainforest hall at the zoo in Zurich March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXY0J
March 26, 2013
A Rodrigue fruit bat hangs on a perch in the Masoala rainforest hall at the zoo in Zurich March 26, 2013....
Basel, Switzerland
A Rodrigue fruit bat hangs on a perch in the Masoala rainforest hall at the zoo in Zurich
A Rodrigue fruit bat hangs on a perch in the Masoala rainforest hall at the zoo in Zurich March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA/
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September 07, 2012
An animal keeper holds up a flying fox during the National Threatened Species Day in central Sydney September...
Sydney, Australia
An animal keeper holds a flying fox during the National Threatened Species Day in central Sydney
An animal keeper holds up a flying fox during the National Threatened Species Day in central Sydney September 7, 2012. The National Threatened Species Day is an event organised by the Zoo and Aquarium Association to educate local communities about the importance of threatened species and what people can do to help them, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR36ZIJ
August 20, 2012
Volunteers harvest Chardonnay grapes at Ferency family's vineyard near the West Bank Jewish settlement...
Bat Ayin, Palestinian Territories
Volunteers harvest grapes at vineyard south of Bethlehem
Volunteers harvest Chardonnay grapes at Ferency family's vineyard near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Bat Ayin, south of Bethlehem August 20, 2012. Established in 1993, Ferency's winery produces some 6,500 bottles of kosher wine a year using organically grown grapes. REUTERS/Nir Elias (WEST BANK - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR36ZI3
August 20, 2012
Wine-grower Yosef Ferency loads a crate of freshly harvested Chardonnay grapes onto a cart at his family's...
Bat Ayin, Palestinian Territories
Wine-grower Yosef Ferency loads a crate of freshly harvested grapes at vineyard south of Bethlehem
Wine-grower Yosef Ferency loads a crate of freshly harvested Chardonnay grapes onto a cart at his family's vineyard near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Bat Ayin, south of Bethlehem August 20, 2012. Established in 1993, Ferency's winery produces some 6,500 bottles of kosher wine a year using organically grown grapes. REUTERS/Nir Elias (WEST BANK - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXW3XZ
December 31, 2010
A fruit bat flies over the Sydney skyline at dusk December 31, 2010. The bats, also known as Flying foxes,...
Sydney, Australia
Fruit bat flies over the Sydney skyline at dusk
A fruit bat flies over the Sydney skyline at dusk December 31, 2010. The bats, also known as Flying foxes, are considered a pest by some and various efforts have been made to move thousands of them from their roost in Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens where officials accuse them of killing historic trees. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
THAILAND
RTR27OWK
September 11, 2009
A grey-headed flying fox, a type of fruit bat, hangs in animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak's house in...
Bangkok, Thailand
Grey-headed flying fox hangs in animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak's house in the outskirts of Bangkok...
A grey-headed flying fox, a type of fruit bat, hangs in animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak's house in the outskirts of Bangkok September 10, 2009. Santisak, 53, has been training his animals to appear in advertisements and movies for more than two decades. The grey-headed flying fox, a type of fruit bat, is one of many animals Santisak trains. Picture taken September 10, 2009. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND ANIMALS)
THAILAND
RTR27OWJ
September 11, 2009
Grey-headed flying foxes reside in animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak's house in the outskirts of Bangkok...
Bangkok, Thailand
Grey-headed flying foxes reside in animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak's house in the outskirts of Bangkok...
Grey-headed flying foxes reside in animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak's house in the outskirts of Bangkok September 10, 2009. Santisak, 53, has been training his animals to appear in advertisements and movies for more than two decades. The grey-headed flying fox, a type of fruit bat, is one of many animals Santisak trains. Picture taken September 10, 2009. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND ANIMALS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXCFBF
March 06, 2009
Fruit bats rest on tree branches within the forested area of Subic Bay in the province of Olongapo, north...
Manila, Philippines
Fruit bats rest on tree branches within the forested area of Subic Bay in the province of Olongapo, north...
Fruit bats rest on tree branches within the forested area of Subic Bay in the province of Olongapo, north of Manila March 6, 2009. Thousands of fruit bats live within the protected forests of the former United States military base and have drawn numerous tourists to the area. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXCFBA
March 06, 2009
Fruit bats are seen as they rest on tree branches within the forested area of Subic Bay in the province...
Manila, Philippines
Fruit bats are seen as they rest on tree branches within the forested area of Subic Bay in the province...
Fruit bats are seen as they rest on tree branches within the forested area of Subic Bay in the province of Olongapo, north of Manila March 6, 2009. Thousands of fruit bats live within the protected forests of the former United States military base and have drawn numerous tourists to the area. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
CONGO
RTR1B3T6
December 15, 2005
A vendor holds up a fruit bat at a food market in Brazzavile, republic of Congo December 15, 2005. REUTERS/Jiro...
Brazzavile, multiple countries
A vendor holds up a fruit bat at a food market in Brazzavile
A vendor holds up a fruit bat at a food market in Brazzavile, republic of Congo December 15, 2005. REUTERS/Jiro Ose
CONGO
RTR1B3T1
December 15, 2005
Fruit bats are seen for sale at a food market in Brazzavile, Republic of Congo, December 15, 2005. REUTERS/Jiro...
Brazzavile, multiple countries
Fruit bats are seen for sale at a food market in Brazzavile
Fruit bats are seen for sale at a food market in Brazzavile, Republic of Congo, December 15, 2005. REUTERS/Jiro Ose
THAILAND
RTXJGTV
January 26, 2000
A monkey chews on fruit as thousands of bats fly overhead past a temple in a daily phenomenon on the...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A monkey chews on fruit as thousands of bats fly overhead past a temple in a daily phenomenon on the.....
A monkey chews on fruit as thousands of bats fly overhead past a temple in a daily phenomenon on the outskirts of Ratchaburi late January 25. Every day at sunset a cave full of bats fly out of their natural shelter in a spectacle which attracts busloads of tourists to the remote temple that is closer to the border with Myanmar than the capital Bangkok.
THAILAND
RTRNC0
January 26, 2000
A monkey chews on fruit as thousands of bats fly overhead past a temple in a daily phenomenon on the...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A MONKEY EATS AS THOUSANDS OF BATS LEAVE A CAVE IN RATCHABURI.
A monkey chews on fruit as thousands of bats fly overhead past a temple in a daily phenomenon on the outskirts of Ratchaburi late January 25. Every day at sunset a cave full of bats fly out of their natural shelter in a spectacle which attracts busloads of tourists to the remote temple that is closer to the border with Myanmar than the capital Bangkok.

JIR/PB
AUSTRALIA
RTRR6EB
September 23, 1999
"Gollum", a grey headed flying fox, pokes his tongue out as he hangs from the arm of a handler at the...
Sydney, Australia
FLYING FOX STICKS TONGUE OUT AT AUSTRALIAN MUESEUM.
"Gollum", a grey headed flying fox, pokes his tongue out as he hangs from the arm of a handler at the launch of a major exhibition at the Australian Museum in Sydney September 23. The exhibition will explore the facts and fiction surrounding these furry features who make up a quarter of all living mammals. There are 966 species of bat in the world with 90 of these found in Australia with the oldest known bat fossil being about 60 million years old.

MBD/CC
CAMBODIA
RTXHQ2D
January 22, 1997
Restaurant manager Ra Sy shows off a large fruit bat, part of the menu at her small road side eatery...
Restaurant manager Ra Sy shows off a large fruit bat, part of the menu at her small road side eatery.....
Restaurant manager Ra Sy shows off a large fruit bat, part of the menu at her small road side eatery on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Affluent Cambodians eat exotic fare such as bat, spider, cricket and ant as a delicacy, but many rural folk must forage for rodents, reptiles, bugs and birds to supplement their diet. Picture taken 21JAN97.
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