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MERLIN D. TUTTLE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MERLIN D. TUTTLE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
A Seminole bat (Lasiurus seminolus) in Florida. The Seminole Bat is predominantly a resident of forested areas in Gulf Coastal States of eastern North America, but occasionally found as far north as Pennsylvania and Wisconsin after hurricanes. Roosts solitarily in foliage or Spanish Moss and rears 2-4 pups per year. Feeds mostly on moths, including crop and forest pests.
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