There are about 1,100 bat species worldwide, which
represent about twenty percent of all classified
mammal species. About seventy percent of bats are
insectivores. Most of the rest are frugivores, or
fruit eaters. A few species feed from animals other
than insects. Bats are present throughout most of
the world and perform vital ecological roles such
as pollinating flowers and dispersing fruit seeds.
Many tropical plant species depend entirely on bats
for the distribution of their seeds...
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