Not all caves have bats and not all bats have caves
Bat Conservation International
Living Pterosaurs in the Southwest Pacific
Reports of ropens that glow at night. Some live in caves. Some natives call the creature “indava.” These are not Flying Fox fruit bats. No way!
Endangered Bats of the United States
Flying Fox of the Southwest Pacific
(Defenders of Wildlife)
Bat Conservation Trust of the UK
Test Your Batting Average
See how much you know about bats. (Wind Cave National Park)
Bat Myths and Facts
(Wisconsin Dept of Natural Resources)
Bats are divided into two types: microbats (using sophisticated echolocation) and megabats (that do not use echolocation).
Books on Strange Subjects