World Upside Down!!!
The secretive life of these hanging mammals is still comparatively unknown to the world..
In India, these hanging friends are comparatively least studied and explored group according to me.. They are awesome!!!
You can see small black dot like eyes.. Which are very different from fruit bats..
These eyes got reduced in size in evolutionary process as they were of almost NO use for their vision...
Most of us learned it by reading or from documentaries..
I was lucky enough to see it and photograph it!!!
About this species: http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/19547/0
Blyth's horseshoe bat is a species of bat in the Rhinolophidae family. It is found in Afghanistan, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam.
The species can be identified from its pointed, bifid sella.
This is Bat fly (nycteribiidae)-they lack wings and eyes.. common on bats!!
Hope this helps.. :-)
Posted 7 years ago
I didn't had proper shot as we were in safari zone and this cave lies there.. We had to report to the gates so I just clicked 2-3 shots for record and left.. as I didn't wanted to disturb them.. Posted 7 years ago